Pro-Ana (TM) PROFESSIONAL 3D Glasses for Red/Cyan 3D Movies - Technological Breakthrough
- Technological Breakthrough giving you 3D Glasses for viewing the recently released 3D movies on DVD and Blue Ray - like Friday the 13th part 3, 3D, Hannah Montana 3D, Polar Express, Shrek 3D, Barbie 3D, Spy Kids 3D Game Over and The Adventures Of Shark Boy And Lava Girl.
- Glasses have improved lenses which make the images brighter and which virtually eliminate ghosting (see double image).
- These Anaglyph glasses (red/cyan) are also very comfortable to use. You can use them for 3D Video Games also and images galleries on the internet.
- You will be very surprised how much better they are.
- Frame is made of vinyl for strength and durability. And the glasses are larger than other similar ones which allows them to fit over most prescription glasses.
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Let me break this down: There are two types of anaglyph glasses you can buy: The cardboard ones with the flimsy gel lense, and acrylic (plastic) lensed glasses. Both of these types you can buy in whatever colors you want or that suit you, but primarily, they are gel lenses or acrylic lenses.
Gel lenses work *the best* in terms of eliminating the most ghosting and crosstalk, but at the expense of seeing significantly more red/cyan and duller true-color. That's because they're just so powerful at filtering. Too powerful, really.
Of the acrylic lensed products that I have tried, I pitted the three best reviewed acrylic lensed glasses against each other personally for 3D anaglyph gaming (Nvidia's 3D Discover if you're wondering) on an LCD monitor. The glasses tried, myself, were the Proview (original and from 3D Glasses Direct), ProX (newer type of Proview glasses; sleeker style and also from 3D Glasses Direct), and the Pro-Ana from 3DStereo (same style as the ProX as is pictured on this product page up above).
For an LCD monitor, the worst was easily the Proview glasses. They had a ton of ghosting and the injection molding process for color just hadn't been up to par when they were first introduced and still aren't. The gel lensed, cardboard glasses just blow these out of the water. Only buy the Proview glasses from 3D Glasses Direct if you plan on watching movies or playing on older CRT monitors (if you don't know what a CRT monitor is, then pick up your monitor. Are you struggling? Is it 30 pounds? Is it an old, giant cube? It's a CRT monitor -- get an LCD monitor immediately! They're practical now.).Read more ›
I find if I turn up the brightness on my display that this helps a bit alleviate the headaches. It's a solid product--maybe it's just my eyes, but the optometrist says my eyes are fine. Who knows? In any case, they're just o.k. for me.
also I find it odd there is no brand name on them.
if your going to use iz3d here are custom color settings that work better the red/cyan
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I've tested these with Avatar (Live Action/CGI) and Tangled (animation) on my 52" Samsung non-3D TV and it was awesome. In Tangled, the blonde hair actually looked blonde unlike the other glasses I have used, and all the bright and dark colors in Avatar were perfect. I definitely recommend these to anyone who needs Red/Cyan 3D glasses. I suggest not being cheap like I was and putting your money into this quality pair, you won't be disappointed.
Last, I didn't want to take a chance and get a knockoff so I ordered these direct from 3Dstereo. I usually try to stick to Prime sellers, but I'm very satisfied with the service I received from 3Dstereo. I ordered these late on Friday and got them on Wednesday.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The quality of these glasses are great.
Don't work for Minecraft, however, if that's what you were looking for. They do look neat at a party, however.
The red lens only filters ~60% of non-red light. Even while wearing two glasses ghosting was too an issue. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Trey
These are not Pro-Ana Red/Cyan glasses as depicted. These are Vktech red/blue glasses.Published 12 months ago by Christopher L. Courson
Cheap, but effective. Probably would end up being uncomfortable after hours of use, but I've only used them for probably an hour at a time. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Michael Isaacson