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ProX Style- Anaglyph for all 3D Images (1Pair)


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  • Pro-AnaTM - the newest addition to ProX style glasses is a new technology breakthrough designed for flat screens by 3Dstereo Glasses. There is much less ghosting and the glasses are larger than older Pro-X style glasses to fit over most prescription glasses.
  • Our new Pro-AnaTM glasses are especially formulated for flat screen monitors. Older ProX style glasses were designed for CRT screens and don't perform well on flat screens. There is a quality difference between our Pro-AnaTM and other Prox style glasses.
  • To be used for anaglyph images on the Internet such as Anaglyph Galleries, YOUTUBE and more. Our Pro-AnaTM have soft rubber nose pads and temple pads for luxurious comfort during extended wear. Our glasses WILL FIT over most prescription glasses. The frames are made of vinyl for more durability.

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: 3D Glasses Direct
  • Model Number: 3D Glasses

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002XG7NOU
  • Item model number: 3D Glasses
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 17, 2009

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3.6 out of 5 stars

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By LotharTX on March 30, 2010
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I purchased these for myself to use with nVidia based anaglyphic 3d. I had pretty good results using some free paper framed lenses and thought these would be better. The are comfortable to wear, but not great. The red lens seems too dark/dense, but it filters the blue wavelength well. The blue lens just as well be clear. Very little red is filter for blue lens (right eye). You get very pronounced red ghosting, especially at any depth. I tested it using both nVidia's 3d application and in several games.

Do not buy these if want good 3d effects. Only buy them because they are more comfortable than paper. Almost, but not entirely useless.

Returned for refund.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Elak Swindell on March 24, 2010
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Paper anaglyphic glasses just do not cut it when it comes to viewing red/cyan 3D films and photos. The quality is poor and most of the time the cheap lens have imperfections. Also, there is the issue of parallax ghosting. The parallax is the separation width of the red and cyan dimensional coloring in the images. If it is too wide, you get "ghosting", which is a secondary image of what you are seeing next to the actual objects in the view. If the parallax is too wide, eye strain issues occur. A properly done anaglyphic 3D film doesn't have either of these problems, but a little bit of ghosting doesn't hurt the quality of dimensional depth. A lot of older 3D movies have ghosting issues. There are two excellent styles of plastic frame anaglyphic glasses available, the ProView and ProAna. I've already written a review on the ProView and they do not compare to superb ProX (aka ProAna) glasses. Compared to the ProView, which has a lighter red and darker cyan lens, the ProAna coloring is the opposite with a lighter cyan and darker red lens, giving a subtitle tint alteration that not only keeps the color quality of the video or image as close to the original hues as possible, while cutting down on parallax ghosting and achieving better clarity. The ProView, though still good, causes more of the red filter to override the imagery, giving everything a somewhat stronger red coloring compared to the ProAna. So, if you are looking to step up your red/cyan paper glasses to a superior plastic frame, hard lens style; go with the ProAna. The only minor drawback to them is that they do not fit perfectly over corrective lens glasses, if you wear them.Read more ›
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B. Pearce on April 7, 2010
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Pros:

Inexpensive.
Comfortable.
High quality lenses.
Fits easily over my prescription eyeglasses, which are medium sized.
About as sturdy as a cheap pair of plastic sunglasses, which is perfectly acceptable.
Works, of course, with youtube 3d videos, major stereo-3d graphics drivers, and of course with practically every anaglyph 3d image on the web.

Cons:

None

Other thoughts:

These glasses are curved, which means they fit perfectly if you do not wear prescription eyeglasses, but if they are worn in front of large eyeglasses, the nosepiece will sit quite far forward.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Noah on August 18, 2011
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These 3d glasses are easily the best they have on Amazon. I got mine on August 18th (The estimated shipping time was from the end of August to the middle of September). They fit very nice and are very comfy, so far with the YouTube videos I've watched and the Minecraft I've played in 3D, there hasn't been any ghosting. I'm glad I got these 3d glasses.
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As quality anaglyph blue-red (cyan, whatever... it's blue) 3D glasses go, these are top notch. Well built and comfortable for something so cheap. On top of that, for the price you've got nothing to lose.

However... do not think, like I did, that just because your graphics card now supports 3D that the classic blue-red 3D is going to bring you any joy. It does indeed work, but at a cost.
If you're not entirely familiar with it, the two color system works by tinting two images with shades matching those of the two lenses. When looking through the red, the image tinted in red fades out, and visa versa. Your brain then makes the calculations based on the two images you're seeing and is tricked into perceiving 3D. The effect is not flawless though, and the two images do not always get filtered out, creating ghosting and washed out and skewed images. Even if your brain can do the necessary compensation, it will still leave you cross eyed and with a headache after a short stint.
Again, for the price you're not going to suffer for giving this a try, but if you genuinely want 3D, you're going to have to spring for the hardware that can render it right.
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By Daniel on March 1, 2012
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I bought these with the intention of using them with my previous nVidia graphics cards anaglyph 3D capabilities, but I then bought a different card before these arrived(They took about two weeks to get here from china), so I haven't used them with that yet.

When they arrived, I decided to look online for 3D pictures to look at so I could see if they even worked or not. Most of the pictures that I found at first didn't look very good, but after some searching I found some pictures that looked pretty amazing! Looking further I found websites that are dedicated to 3D stuff, and boy was I amazed! Youtube even has a 3D video section!

I say again that I haven't used them with the 3D features of the nVidia card yet, but these sure do work with lot's of other stuff out there. It's not imax but for the 1.99 pricetag and the free shipping, they were waaaaay better than I expected!

As far as quality goes, they are about what you would expect for a 3 dollar pair of sunglasses, but they don't feel flimsy or like they would break easy.
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