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 INFICOLORTM 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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In any case, they DO work!! Could not be happier. It took some time to adjust, like 1-2 seconds, and the longer you wear them, the better the game looks. The setup was easy as well.
Overall, the product is a must buy, if you want to enjoy some games in 3D, without spending a fortune on a 3D TV.
The biggest fault of this style of 3D is a slight knock on the color/quality while in use.
I have a 32" RCA TV. Nothing massive but a good size and full HD. However the 3D effect is substantial enough to be worth that small trade-off especially as you are unlikely to use these for hours on end. .
This is not something I would use constantly but it is very enjoyable to be able to switch 3D on for a while without a giant cash investment. If 3D has an appeal for you but not a multi-thousand dollar appeal then I highly recommend grabbing a pair of these glasses.
I own Arkham City, Uncharted 3, and Assassins Creed: Revelations. The 3D experience really, really works with these games, which are tweaked with the Inficolor technology. You just have to do a little adjusting for the best outcome. (the glasses come with instructions for best TV settings) So if you use a custom level where you have to lower contrast, pump up the brightness level, or adjust picture sharpness for your gaming experience, so be it. You can always set the picture quality back to normal when your not using your 3D glasses.
All in all, watching a few movies, cartoons, and definitely playing the 3D enhanced video games (which now, many...many more games will follow) these glasses are worth the buy.
But if you want to give this product a 1 star rating because Will Smith didn't seem like he was walking out of your television set, i would suggest alot of patience for a product that will be created decades from now.
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Crap. The overall structure of the frames are nice. Very big. Too big for a small child but the colors do not fully filter. I purchased these to use for vision therapy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tara Ann Wilson
These do good for certain video games but not for red/blue anaglyph imagery.Published 3 months ago by Josemiguel H.
It does exactly what it says it does. I bought this mostly for fun because i didnt think it would be that good. It is amazing. Read morePublished 5 months ago by victor matos
exactly the right colour for the 3d, and comfortable.Published 5 months ago by Christopher R. Hrasna
I was surprise by the quality of these glasses. I was expecting them to be quite flimsy at this price, but these are comparable to any plastic sunglasses I've bought in the $30-50... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lance D.
The glasses arrived in perfect state, i can now played my games in 3DPublished 7 months ago by Jose Montemayor
used them a couple of time and it was okay. didn't impact how i saw the game much.Published 19 months ago by Rocky Hurley