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INFICOLOR 3D Eyewear. The Official 3D Glasses Compatible with Batman Arkham City and Assassin's Creed Revelations on HDTV.
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- Official INFICOLOR 3D eyewear. Play 3D games on your 2D HDTV with this revolutionary pair of glasses
- Live a 3D experience with beautiful and natural colors on your 2D HDTV thanks to INFICOLOR 3D EYEWEAR, as only attachment.
- The Only 3D Glasses compatible with these games for PS3 and Xbox 360: Assassin's Creed 3, Batman: Arkham City (Warner Interactive) ; Batman Arkham Asylum GOTY edition (Warner Interactive & Eidos) ; Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters (Warner Interactive) ; Assassin's Creed Revelations (Ubisoft) ; Captain America: Super Soldier (SEGA) ; Thor: God of Thuder (SEGA) ; Enslaver: Odyssey to the West (Namco Bandai).
- These light and beautifully-made glasses has been designed with your visual comfort in mind.
- The unit price of these glasses is extremely competitive.
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Thanks to the INFICOLOR 3D EYEWEAR, live and share the pleasure of a 3-Dimensions experience on most of the HD 2D TV sets. You will be captivated by the quality, the design and the very competitive price of this new generation of these glasses. They will bring you a stunning sensation of depth of field, a natural and pleasant rendering of the colors and an extended comfort of the experience.
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There is some disagreement as to whether anaglyph 3D glasses actually work. It works quite well for me, but I think it depends on the individual, the image quality and settings of the television, the distance from the television, the surrounding light, and the content being viewed.
Everyone's eyes are not created equal, and everyone does not process visual information the same way. It's similar to the stereograms that were popular a couple of decades ago. Some people can see them and some people can't. Some people have one eye that is significantly dominant, so they may have a more difficult time seeing the effect. I find that the 3D doesn't work as well for me in the evenings when my eyes are tired.
The color adjustments must be set correctly on the television. These glasses are designed to filter out certain ranges of color. If the television is not set up correctly, then it is not producing the correct image so the effect will not be optimal. TV manufacturers are notorious for creating default settings that make the colors really "pop" out. This makes them look really good in the store under fluorescent lights so that people will buy them. Some televisions actually have a "Store" or "Demo" mode that is enabled by default. These settings will not produce the best 3D effect. You may get better performance if you use Digital Video Essentials or some other calibration DVD or Blu-ray to set up your TV.
You also don't want to sit too close to the TV. There are a couple of reasons for this. First, all 3D images are produced from two separate images and with two-color 3D processes it is always possible to see some doubling. The further away you are from the image, the closer together the distinct images will appear and the less noticeable the doubling. Imagine two toothpicks side by side. Up close you can see both toothpicks, but from across the room it might be harder to tell that there is more than one. The second reason not to sit too close to the television is that the double images may be sufficiently far apart that the stereoscopic depth is too great. This can produce an unnatural effect or can ruin it entirely. You've probably seen this at the movies when a 3D flick is really gimmicky and objects jump out so far that you go cross-eyed.
The surrounding light and the content will also determine how well the 3D effects are perceived. Remember that these glasses are filters, so they will reduce the amount of light that reaches the eyes. This implies that you would want to increase the light coming from the TV and reduce the light in the room. However, because there will be colors in both the left and right image that are not entirely filtered out, there will be some visible ghosting. Too much light will make the ghosting worse. The intent, then, should be to adjust the ambient light (the light in the room) to produce the best 3D effect for the content. The colors in the image will also play an important role in the quality of the effect. White backgrounds cause more ghosting while browns and earth tones work very well. And some movie and game makers just do a better job than others.
It's not going to be perfect, so don't expect the same effect as a modern 3D theatrical movie. But it works much better than the old red-blue glasses from a few decades ago, and it doesn't cause as much eyestrain as shutter glasses.
It really does make a difference! I don't know if it's due to the tech itself or clever programming on Rocksteady's part, but you get a nice sense of depth between you and the thugs that you beat down. With Bats being so close to the screen at all times, the way he pops forward is always apparent(though not distracting) and doing aerial dive bombs while gliding gives a cool sense of vertigo that you wouldn't have otherwise. Yes, it is a Purple/Green set and you will have to wait a few seconds to get used to it, but you'd be surprised how quickly you do (the weirder part is when you take them off after a long session and need maybe a minute to shake that feeling of seeing purple and green away!). If all the games that support it look this neat, I will gladly play them the whole way through like this.
It is a bit disheartening that only a small number of games have support for these glasses. It seems that this tech was adopted for few games/movies back in 2011/2012 when the post-Avatar-fueled 3D scene was hot, and then promptly forgotten. At the asking price of 30 bucks for what seemed like just a gussied up Red/Blue set, I can't really blame folks for ignoring it. But for less than 10? Totally great novelty to have around. I did try to extend my value and make some other games work with 3D PC programs like TriDef3D, but even when in Purple/Green mode I could only get it to KIND OF work, so unfortunately it seems like these glasses will not be working with games that didn't throw the support in there to start with. But for the games that do(based on my playing of Arkham City and the few videos I found demonstrating Enslaved: Journey to the West and Assassin's Creed 3) it's great fun.
So yeah, I really enjoyed my time with these. They are a great step above the old Red/Blue sets and scratch that passive 3D itch for those that don't want to go and buy a whole new TV for the experience. You can't expect any future games to support this, but there's a few well-received games that do. And for the $7 it's listed for here on Amazon, it's worth it for a casual 3D fan. Snap it up and enjoy the eye candy.
I tried red/cyan - hurts my eyes. Next I tried amber/blue - so dark! Lastly this green/magenta - the best brightness, doesn't hurt my eyes BUT has the worst ghosting out of all 3 types of anaglyph glasses I have -- Oh well, I guess it's time to move on to VR headsets to see 3D content.
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Whilst these glasses provide a Nice 3D experience, without the need of a 3D TV, I found the limited range of tiles that use the Inficolor system to be disapointing, I am Currently playing Batman Arkham City with these classes and loving it, and looking forward to using them on Assassins Creed Revelations, that seems to be the only main titles to enjoy them with.
It takes a minute or two for your eyes to adjust to and from wearin these 3d glasses, and it gives an impressive yet only slightly colour satutared 3d effect.
But paying nearly £30 and only receving them with a cloth case I was disapointed, and had fund while they are made quite well, the bridge of my nose became sore after several hours of play. - I dont think I have a big nose
HOWEVER I Would recommend them to anyone who doesnt want to fork out on a 3d TV just yet, and wants a cheap alternative to play 2 amazing games in 3D that currently support them. especally if the price drops closer to £15-20 mark due to limited use,
That or if they could sell "card" versions at £2-5
Hopefully they can me more widley implemented on future games and films. then it would be worth the investment.
Getestet wurde die Brille u.a. mit den Spielen Batman Arkham City, Batman Arkham Asylum & der Assassin's Creed Reihe.