3-D VIEWING AIDS
How are stereoscopic images
presented on the internet? Barring electronic means requiring special
equipment, the only options are to present the images as 1) stereo pairs or 2)
anaglyph-coded (red-blue) 3-D images. The first option requires the viewer to
be able to "free view" the pairs or requires the use of an appropriate
stereoscope; free-viewing is a skill that takes practice to master - some
individuals never acquire the skill. The second option requires "anaglyph"
glasses. These are glasses that have one red lens and one blue lens. The best
of these are designed to closely match the response of color monitors. You can
get yours from us.
- These glasses
have black plastic frames and cast acrylic lenses. The left lens is red and the
right lens is blue. Lens colors have been chosen to give good results with the
phosphors used in present day color monitors. The glasses are comfortable and
ideal for viewing 3-D images on the net. They are the preferred glasses for
optical quality, durability and comfort.
Product Code: S-100$12.50 ea
- Paper Anaglyph
- These glasses have paper frames and celluloid
lenses. While not having the optical quality of the S-100 above, they give
satisfactory results for occasional use. They come shipped in sets of five
Product Code: S-102$8.50(5 pairs glasses)
- Sample Paper Anaglyph Glasses
- These glasses have paper
frames and celluloid lenses. They are identical to glasses S-102 above. A
sample pair of glasses (1) is available in the United States by sending a SASE
with $2.00 in cash or money order to us at the address below and specifying
Product Code S-105; your pair of glasses will be sent by first class mail on
the same day your order is received. We provide this as a service to our
Armchair World patrons who want to start experiencing the wealth of
stereoscopic imagery now on the net.
- 2240 Federal
- Los Angeles,
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