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  • 3-D TV Stereo Prism Glasses - FREE SHIPPING when purchased with "3Dphotoscope" - Glasses work with ANY screen! Watch over 10,000 3D YouTube videos! - Hands Free Stereoscope (Current 3D Cameras: Fuji W1 & W3, Aiptek 3D-HD, Nintendo 3DS, Sony DSC-WX5, DSC-TX9 & Bloggie 3D, Viewsonic 3DV5 & 3DSC5, Optimus 3D, DGX 5D7V, DGX-018...)
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3-D TV Stereo Prism Glasses - FREE SHIPPING when purchased with "3Dphotoscope" - Glasses work with ANY screen! Watch over 10,000 3D YouTube videos! - Hands Free Stereoscope (Current 3D Cameras: Fuji W1 & W3, Aiptek 3D-HD, Nintendo 3DS, Sony DSC-WX5, DSC-TX9 & Bloggie 3D, Viewsonic 3DV5 & 3DSC5, Optimus 3D, DGX 5D7V, DGX-018...)

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  • Glasses work with ANY screen
  • Easily view the 3-D Photos & Video you create with your 3-D Camera
  • 3-D content must be in "Parallel" Left/Right Side-By-Side format

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • ASIN: B00465OY3Y
  • Item model number: 3dprism
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 6, 2010

Product Description

Revolutionary! 3-D Stereo Prism Glasses. - Did you know? There are over 5,000 3-D Videos on YouTube! Just do a search for "yt3d" You'll be watching dozens of hours of FREE 3-D content as soon as your glasses arrive! - What makes these galsses so special? - No "lenses" that need to be focused... they use 2 prisms that bend the light to "Split & Separate" your "side-by-side" 3-D content. - TRUE Full Color Stereoscopic 3-D effect... not the cheap "simulated" 3D effect you get with other glasses that just push the entire image "back" into the screen without creating any 3-D depth within the image. - View virtually ANY size image without the need to ever focus the lenses... experience 3-D from small printed cards to larger screen video. - Normally you would have to spend up to $3,000 for a new 3-D TV set-up... Or thousands on a new computer with a special graphics card, screen and glasses... - Now for under $30, you, your family & your friends can see 3-D Videos and Photos on ANY Screen! - You can even use them to view Printed 3-D Photos! - If you own a 3D Camera or plan on getting one, then you NEED these glasses!

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Customer Reviews

And needless to say they cannot be worn over glasses.
Jock Murphy
The glasses are too small and keep falling...the glasses are very frail and would break easily.
Don
You wont be disappointed, and come on, its not nearly as expensive as you would have payed.
AngelousXeroX

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By e2e4 on February 23, 2011
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These are parallel prism glasses. They work by obstructing your left eye to see the image on the right and vice versa.
Way better than blue-red or crossed eyes method which is tiresome, however the focal distance is pretty far from the screen, so the 3D image is relatively small. For example on a 19 inch monitor, your viewing distance would be from around 2 feet (around 60 cm).
When paired with good 3D images, the result is quite nice.
Note: I did not receive the DVD advertised as bonus...not the end of the world, but I find this misleading.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jock Murphy on February 3, 2011
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First off they do what they say on the tin. They are prism glasses for viewing stereograms, and they do that job.

My problems come from the cost at $17 they are too expensive for what you get. They don't look very good, and the hinges are a bit flimsy. It wouldn't be that hard to break them.

Next comes the fact that they are really only suitable for small heads. And the bump for the nose caused actual pain when I wore them. In the end I had to take them off their ear pieces, attach them to a flip up hinge, and use a dremel to make a bigger nose bridge. All of which compounded my feeling that these were way over priced.

And needless to say they cannot be worn over glasses. Think very carefully before you buy this item.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Skye VINE VOICE on October 18, 2010
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These glasses are designed with adjustable prisms so you can center the 3D image, but the glasses themselves do not adjust to fit. They probably fit a child or maybe if you have a small head. The 3D image actually appears once you get the prisms positioned properly, but the image size gets reduced so the 3D effect is not very pronounced. I'm going to try to modify the glasses so they will work over prescription glasses and clip on some how.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By gleneagles on June 2, 2011
Tired of the color distortion from viewing 3D in anaglyph (tinted red/cyan) glasses, yet not ready to spend the money for shutter glasses or other high tech stuff? These prism glasses are the best thing on the market at present, with some reservations.

Basically there are only three ways to view image pairs on a monitor without interlaced higher technology: 1) dual stereopticon lenses, as found in antique viewers; 2) devices which use front-surface mirrors and 3) optical prisms. A fourth system, polarized glasses, only works on projected images like in your theater.

1) Stereo lenses have a very short focal length. You have to be about 15" from the screen at best! This is fine for the antique stereoscopes (which looked at a pair of prints) or for the ViewMaster and Realist viewers for transparencies, but larger images on a monitor make this system nearly impossible. 2) Viewers using mirrors are fine, but they can't be built small enough for eyewear, and the mirrors are extremely fragile, subject to the slightest scratching or smudges. That leaves 3) optical prisms.

I have purchased and tested the glasses advertised here, and I would recommend them to anyone serious about 3D. In fact, at $20 they are inexpensive enough to send to friends so you can share family pictures and video over the internet. Nevertheless, the frames fit a child's head and can be uncomfortable, and I heartily agree with the other negative comments on this. The manufacturer should re-design them! I finally built my own goggles using some prisms purchased from an optical supply firm, and mine fit nicely over my regular glasses. However, each prism cost me close to $20! so this is a good deal. I have searched for alternatives everywhere and this is the only brand I've found (there is another prism system called KMQ which views image pairs over/under, but that's another topic).
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By Edgard Sandoval on July 11, 2014
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By Jose l. Maldonado on February 4, 2014
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I thought i culd look at anything 3D but it only double the screen. I try many diferent ways to get it to work but it just did not perform what it says it should.
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By HAMEED YOUSEF M. TILEB on July 30, 2013
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i love it
the 3-D TV Stereo Prism Glasses - FREE SHIPPING when purchased with it was for fun and test
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I recently purchased these prism glasses for use with digital sources... computer monitors and possibly an iPad for both stills and video. I've been hoping for a decent stereo viewing device for the iPad 3 (well, nano display 'new' iPad) before I make that pricey purchase. On arrival, I immediately tried out the glasses on my monitor with various side-by-side (parallel) stereo images, and the glasses DO work as advertised.

However, there are several irritating features. For one, the ergonomics aren't great, especially if you're an eyeglass wearer. The plastic sides barely reach my ears and the glasses slip around a bit. But more importantly, I can sadly verify the complaint that I've read from several users (elsewhere) that the glasses have severe chromatic aberration.... on high contrast images you see strong color fringing on the sides of dark objects against light backgrounds. It's so strong that I would not like to share my images with others using these glasses. But they are still useful to me for checking my own images, etc., so I have no plans to return them. The price was right and I knew going in that the lenses are plastic. I did get what I paid for.
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