What is the difference between different types of 3D technologies? Do the old “red and blue” 3D glasses can (and should) be used today? Which type of 3D glasses is better: passive polarized 3D glasses, Infitec 3D glasses or active 3D glasses?
Learn the difference between circular polarized 3D glasses and linear polarized 3D glasses. Differences in the 3D effect, light filtering, light polarization (direction), optical principles, pros and cons and more.
You might have spent little time wondering exactly how 3D glasses actually work when you are watching a 3D movie. Those magical polarized 3D glasses which you wear to feast on any film shown in 3D to bring out the hair-raising sensations you would never have thought possible.
Stereoscopy is the art of making use of polarization glasses to offer an illusion through filtering and managing light, which meets the designated eye only. In order to create films and images in stereoscopy, 2 differently polarized images are shown on the same display or screen at the same time.
What is the best way to project 3D movies and games? How to connect a PC to a 3D projector? What is the difference between a single projector 3D system and a dual projector 3D system?
Check out our 3D links. More information, a link to the first 3D Guide (Instructional Videos on Setting Up any 3D System) and more.