Why do Real D 3D glasses work in the cinema but they wont work with any other 3D images at home Are there any images that do work?
Real D 3D movies work by projecting two copies of the movie onto the screen, one after the other in quick succession. One series of frames is from the perspective of the left eye, while the other is from the perspective of the right eye. The left and right projections have different light polarizations. The left lens of the 3D glasses allows the light from the left projection to be seen by the left eye, but prevents light from the right projection being seen by the left eye. The right lens does the opposite, allowing only the right projection's light to be seen by the right eye. This has the effect of making the right and left eyes see slightly different versions of the movie, each from a different perspective, just as occurs when viewing a real-world scene. The human brain naturally combines the two two-dimensional images into a single, 3-dimensional scene.
This doesn't work at home on a television or monitor because the monitor is not projecting two different images and even if it were, it can't polarize the light from each image so that it's filtered by the lenses.
This doesn't work at home on a television or monitor because the monitor is not projecting two different images and even if it were, it can't polarize the light from each image so that it's filtered by the lenses.
- Traditional red / blue 3D images use the same principal of filtering light for each eye, but use color as the filter instead of polarization, and therefore do not work with Real D 3D glasses.
- The glasses themselves are not tailored to a specific movie or theater. Real D 3D glasses should work with any Real D 3D movie.
- Real D 3D is a proprietary item belonging to REALD the company and in essence what happens is movie theaters buy a item that fits over the lens of their projector that projector shoots the image through REALD'S apparatus and then projects onto the screen therefore without that apparatus you have no REAL D 3D and rather only 2D... hope that helps ...check out amazon though for some more comfortable 3D glasses rather then the cardboard stuff.
- The "3d glasses" have a horizontally polarized filter in the left lens and a vertically polarized filter in the right lens. The cinema uses a projector with two separate images on the film. The left image is projected through a horizontal polarizer and the right image is projected through a vertical polarizer. The two images have slightly different 'perspectives' because they were recorded using a camera with two lenses, one for left, the other for right (just like your eyes). This system generates a combined stereoscopic image which is synchronized and which is how the 3D effect works. Incidentally the sound is recorded in the same way which is how you get stereo (or even surround sound) in the cinema.
- As you probably now realize, you cannot reproduce this effect with your home cinema or TV system because you don't have the two separately polarized images. TV's only give un-polarized light and home cinemas don't have the polarizers fitted either.
- If you wanted to reproduce the effect at home, you would have to have both the left and right polarized images projected from separate sources, and since only the cinemas have access to them its very unlikely that you could replicate the system.
- The above answer is correct for the recording process and discusses basically how 3D movies work, Real D which is what asked works as follows; Its nothing to do with the curvature of the screen sorry to say, the only impact the screen in the cinema has is how much light it reflects back to the eye. (IMAX screens have a silver reflective paint for example to make sure the ray of light are reflected straight and strong to your eye).
- The reason why, much to my disappointment, you can't have 3D movies on your home TV is because of polarization, which is how the 3D thing works. The projector in the cinema projects alternate frames, each frame from a slightly different perspective to create the 3D stereoscopy. Basically each alternate frame uses a different circular polarization, L frame is clockwise, R frame is anti-clockwise. Those 3D glasses you use are also polarized, the left eye with a clockwise filter, the right with an anti clockwise filter. So the left eye only lets in frames frame one perspective and the right eye from the other.
- So to answer you question, the reason why that doesn't work on your home TV, is because the TV can't produce polarized images, let alone alternating frames with different circular polarization attributes. So if you want 3D at home, either wait to purchase a 3D TV along with 3D blu-ray, use the dodgy red blue (found in Shrek and others), try out nvidia 3D vision or play around with existing 3D monitors like Zalman.
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3D glasses work just by showing another image, so that it may look like the image is close to you. The image make it seems as if you can literally touch(feel) what is going on.
Polarized 3-d glasses create the illusion of three-dimensional images. 3-d images are actually two images that are projected superimposed onto the same screen through orthogonal polarizing filters (one on top of the other). The viewer wears the 3-d glasses restrict the light that enters each eye…. They also contain a pair of orthogonal polarizing filters. Each filter passes only that light which is similarly polarized and blocks the other orthogonally polarized light, each eye sees only its separately polarized image, producing a three-dimensional effect. In simpler terms, of the two superimposed images, one image enters the right eye and the other enters the left eye, creating a 3-d effect. Normal pictures are not polarized, and hence, looking at them through the 3-d glasses will not produce any effect. If you take off your 3-d glasses in the cinema hall, the picture will look a bit blurry at the edges because of the two superimposed images. . ( Full Answer )
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The use circulaly polerised lenses which means that you see a slitly diffrent image through each eye.
they just work kinda like the old ones i guess you could say but just a little better quality =D
when you see 3d with help of glass that time your left eye see only fix colour record with two camera from same distant to image and right eye see other fix colour. 3d is 3rd dimension able to see Shadow :>
Avatar is out in a regular format, as well as digital 3D and IMAX 3D.
An extruder (Nozzle) spits out small layers on top of each other.The plastic comes in spools and looks like thick strands ofplastic. You could imagine an inkjet printer putting ink on a paperbut instead of ink it's layers of plastic.
In a usual cinema setting, the film is projected onto a screen which is viewed by everyone. In 3D cinema setting, there are two projections. A film is projected from two sides one by one. When both sides are projected one by one, it gives an effect of 3D.
3D TV work its like a normal tv but you dont wear 3D glasses thats all you need to know :)
There are many Rapid Prototyping technologies available today. With over 40 technologies that have been developed over the years, it can be overwhelming! There's stereolithography, laser sintering, 3d printing, fused deposition modeling, and polyjet just to name a few. Then there are acronyms like S…LA, SLS, 3DP, FDM, LOM, MJM, and DMLS. In addition names like Z Corp, Stratasys, 3d Systems, Objet, and EOS are added to the confusion. To make matters worse, there are different materials and different machines and machine settings to choose from. Often 3D printing (aka additive manufacturing) can be looked in the same way we look at car purchases. There are many types of cars and they all perform differently, the same is true for RP materials. They are created by different manufacturers and each type brings something different to the table. There are different models and with each model comes different benefits. For the sake of clarity I will attempt to summarize some of the key features of each Technology and the available options. Okay so there have been over 40 technologies developed right? Right, but there are really only a hand full of key players. One the largest factors is the success an RP technology is marketing and financial backing. With marketing, follows sales and with sales comes additional R&D which in turn leads to continued presence in the market place. Financial backing allows the the technology to grow and provides potential buyers with peace of mind knowing that if they buy a $50k-$500k piece of equipment there is going be a company there to provide training and materials for years to come. Only a few have managed to offer both. So which of the top 5 is best for you? I'll let you decide. 3D Systems is a publicly traded company that invented the stereolithography (SLA). They also offer a polyjet technology, but SLA is their bread and butter. Machines average somewhere between $250k-$750k. They operate using a vat of uv curable resin that is cured layer by layer at approx .0035". Some build chambers are up to 59" x 30" x 22", but with larger envelopes comes larger build times. Filling a machine up sometimes takes up to 4 days to completely print...not so great in the world of RAPID prototyping. Nonetheless, they create great looking plastic prototypes. Post processing requires the removal of lattice shaped support structures from all undercuts. This material is thrown out. Additional costs include expensive laser replacements up to $40k. The majority of owners are large powerhouse Fortune 500 companies with large r&D depts. These companies usually accommodate the SLAs long print time with additional RP technologies or service bureaus. Z Corp creates 3D printers that use a plaster composite that has been engineered to work with ordinary inkjet printer cartridges. The technology was developed by MIT and has since grown to not only be the world's faster 3d printer but also the only one with the ability to print in 24bit color. The largest downside to Z Corps printers is that the material is a plaster, not a plastic. So the material is rigid and contains properties similar to a ceramic. There is however an elastomeric material offered, although is is not its most popular material. Pros include much more affordable turn key compared to SLA, no use of support structures, 24 bit color, layers at a .0035", much faster than any other technology, semi automatic post processing, ability to stack parts, and no sharp tools required for post processing. For those reasons, many large AND small companies integrate Z Corp 3d printers into their r & D programs so they can get something in their hands quickly, affordable, and move on with the next design change. Their low operating costs also makes them a favorite amongst schools. Stratasys offers a line of fused deposition modeling (FDM) machines. They use 2 cartridges ( 1 model and 1 support) and extrude plastic through a heated nozzle. The nozzles range from .007-.012" which about 2-3x thicker than SLA, Z Corp, or SLS (we'll get to in a moment). This thickness often creates what is called "stair stepping", a noticeably raged surface which is sometime melted with acetone to improve its appearance but alter its accuracy. Also because of the small nozzle, parts have the longest build times in the industry when compared to other similar sized machines. In addition they also required removal of supports similar to SLA. The key benefit to FDM is the material which is ABS like. Polycarbonate is also available if you own a top of the line machine. They are most popular amongst schools who do not have aesthetic requirements or deadlines. Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is manufactured by 2 large contenders, 3d Systems and EOS. Both operated the same way, using a laser to sinter, or melt the powder layer by layer. Materials includes different polymides (nylons) that offer incredible strength. Similar to Z Corps 3d printer, SLS uses powder which eliminates the need for support structures. However because of the nature of sintering, some of the surrounding powder gets partially cured and must be discarded. Layer thicknesses are comparable to Z Corp and SLA with machine price tags similar to SLA. Objet is 1 of 2 large manufacturers of polyjet type machines. Essentially a UV curable material is dispensed layer by layer in addition to a gel-like support. Depending on machine, layers can be printed at .0006" or .0012" in either an acrylic like plastic or rubber like elastomer. That is unless, the Connex500 is being utilized, in which case 2 different materials can be used simultaneously to simulate overmolding. It's incredible detail is also it's Achilles' heel. With .0006" layers (about 6 for every 1 Z Corp) comes a very long print time. For that reason, it is only practical to print small parts. Another downfall is the materials sensitivity to heat. And the final pitfall is the inability to print its support structure in a lattice like pattern to save material (something SLA and FDM can do). Now a perfect 3d printer would be the fastest, most affordable, and create the best parts, but in reality you really need to make a choice as to what's important to you. Speed, cost, functionality, color, accuracy? If you're still struggling, I am currently the prototype services manger for EMS, Inc. and would be happy to email any literature your request. P.S. There are additional additive manufacturing methods including cutting sheets of laminate layer by layer, paper layer by layer, sintering metals (DMLS), printing wax, even ways of using sugar and chocolate! However, the top 5 are...well the top 5. I invite anyone reading this to add additional technologies that I simply forgot to mention or did not have time to go into further detail. ( Full Answer )
Your brain firsts sees two images and then your brain put those twoimages into one image
This is from the VIZIO website Product Overview Bring the movie theater 3D experience home!* VIZIO Theater 3D Glasses are lightweight, comfortable, and battery-free, delivering a cinema-style 3D experience to your own home. With Theater 3D, you will see crystal-clear, flicker-free 3D that's up t…o 50% brighter and causes less eye strain and less ghosting than conventional 3D. Want to catch the latest 3D blockbuster? Take your glasses with you to your favorite movie theater and watch in style and comfort.** This pack includes 2 pairs of 3D glasses so you can share the excitement with friends and family! ( Full Answer )
Yes, Nintendo DS Games are backwards compatible with the Nintendo 3DS Wrong they are not
like all ds but with a bigger screen and a whole lot better graphics an maybe more
The cheap brands such as LG and Vizio will work in the cinema but when you are given glasses every time you visit the theater, why would you want to?
Do Real D 3D glasses work with one eye cause im blind from my left eye and would like to at least see a decent picture in the cinemas?
Sorry, but you won't have the ability to see 3D. A person would need two eyes to have the brain achieve the 3D effect.
Real D glasses are a technology called circular passive polarized glasses. The technology works be polarizing the light coming from the projector into different modes for each eye. This requires the projector to have what's called an "active polarizer" on the front of the projector which rapidly swi…tches the light for each eye. 3D in your home on TVs used technology called active shutter glasses. What the manufactuers do is simply have LCDs on your glasses that open and close very rapidly and perform a similar technique to active polarizers on the projectors. The TV then simply just needs to have a really fast refresh rate to work with the glasses. That's why movie glasses are called "passive" (no battery) and 3D TV glasses are called "active" (battery operated). Its easier to manufacturer TVs like this than to try to attach and active polarizer to each display right now. ( Full Answer )
usually no they don't as they have different receivers in the active glasses, however you can use the . SAMSUNG SSG-4100GB .
I'm not gonna answer your question because your asking how a 3ds works you actually want me to explain to you how a 3ds work
i have some 3d programs and whenever i try to start them, they say "Failed to initialize Direct3d 9 Make sure you have DirectX 9.0C installed, have drivers for your graphics card and have not disabled 3d acceleration in display settings" i have downloaded the latest version of DirectX 9.0C abo…ut three times now, and that wont work. I also have my drivers up to date. im thinking 3d acceleration in the display settings may be turned off. so i went to display settings and i cant find anything to do with 3d acceleration...please help! i want to play my games again!! ( Full Answer )
There are no real work at home jobs. Some moms stay home when they don't have a real job but they don't get paid for it.
No. LGs glasses are polarized and only work on any cinema 3D TV Types. Samsung's 3D glasses are shutter glasses 3d type models however they only work on samsung models and not other active types.
Do you mean on a piece of paper? If so, you have to add perspective to it. One way to do that is to draw a background. Another way is to give your object a 3D illusion through techniques such as shadowing and shading.
The TTDS can't work on the 3DS console. But there is a new TT 3DS card, which can run DSi games perfectly on Nintendo 3DS console.
Under the screen, when you turn the 3d on it has 2 layers of the image in the game. There will be two game images under the screen and when your right eye looks at the screen it will pick up one of the images and when your left eye looks at it it will pick up the other image. That's why if you angle… the 3ds awkwardly it will effect the 3d. It is really camera effects ( Full Answer )
Battery powered 3D glasses means they are active 3D glasses and they only work with their own manufactured brand. However the compatibility of passive 3D glasses for other TVs are much higher. They work on any 3D TVs or theaters if they use the same passive technology. The passive 3D TV glasses are …also lightweight due to no batteries being attatched. Plus, they don't need to be charged everytime before/after use unlike the active ones. ( Full Answer )
Is there any difference in getting effects between 3D movies and 2D-3D converted image with the help of 3D glasses?
There is a big difference between content shot in 3D and converted content. Any 2D to 3D simulation is no more than a simulation and does not have the same realism as true 3D. Some television manufacturers such as LG claim great results for their simulated 3D. Don't put too much faith into these c…laims but do get to a store where you can see real 3D and simulated 3D. You are by far the best judge to decide if it is worthwhile. ( Full Answer )
Recently I bought a Samsung 3D TV. For some time. it worked great. but after couple of weeks. it started causing problems like image flicker and picture overlapping. Kindly suggest me any 3DTV?
The best recommendation is Samsung as that's what you have. Just make sure the glasses are properly charged and set up with the television. This will eliminate almost all the flicker and leave you with a pleasurable viewing experience.
I had been at my friends home last night and tried his Samsung 3DTV with 3DTV glasses. But I got terrific flicker on it. please tell me can any 3DTV provide flicker- free 3D images.?
It sounds like his Samsung either had a fault or was simply not installed correctly. It takes a few minutes to make sure they work properly. A moment with the manual may well fix the problem. So, Samsung is as good as any for good quality 3D images.
Is there any 3d TV which can convert 2d to 3d images Then it will serve both the purpose of conventional TV and 3d TV?
There are several brands that offer a 3D simulation. It is important to understand that a simulation is never as good as real 3D content and can be disturbing when the simulation is wrong. Try the 2D to 3D conversion when you see the televisions but don't be disappointed when the results are poor.… ( Full Answer )
3D gaming systems will work on ANY 3D TV. Sony is still a good brand to consider along with Samsung and Panasonic. All of them offer 3D in full HD. unlike LG and Vizio who use a passive 3D system that reduces the resolution to just 540 lines, half that of the premium brands. For performance games …consoles, it's worth spending a little extra to get the best 3D systems. ( Full Answer )
LG's line of TV's, know as Cinema 3D, can have differences in brightness between the models. As they are LED backlit, some sizes have a higher concentration of LED lamps for their size, therefore they appear brighter. In addition, LEDs will lose their brightness over time, so older sets will appear …slightly dimmer than new ones after a long time. The average lifespan of the LED's used in LG sets is 40,000 hours. At this point (4.5 years of continual use, 24 hours a day), one half will be half as bright as when they were new. This is known as the LED half life and is the projected end of life for the LED. ( Full Answer )
2D image quality on 3D televisions is usually very similar to that of other televisions. It is the 3D quality that can let down a television. If you are planning on buying 3D television, make sure you experience several makes and models and in both 3D and 2D. Knowing which is your preferred model …is a good investment of your time. ( Full Answer )
LG glasses are passive polarizing glasses so they should be very cheap. Active glasses, as used by most other manufacturers are somewhat more expensive but prices for active glasses are falling rapidly.
Yes they work on the Passive 3D TVs and they work on VISIO passive 3D (I have one of these and I have used the glasses I got from the movies with it).
No how can you be that dumb sorry but this is 2011 go buy em there about 70 bucks.
Most likely not. The glasses provided at the movie theater are specially designed for the theater only.
i brought some active 3d glasses for my lg 42pw450t 3d TV but they don't work
Check what kind of Wi-Fi router encryption you have. Most DS games will only work with WEP connections, unfortunately this is something hard coded into the game cartridges themselves, it doesn't matter that they are being played in a 3DS, which supports WPA. However the DSi-enhanced games like Po…kemon Black/White and Pokemon Conquest, will work with it. ( Full Answer )
The top screen of the Nintendo 3DS uses a technology called "Autostereoscopy", which is able to produce 3D images without the use of special eyewear. When the 3D effects are enabled, the screen will produce two images meshed together. When held at the proper distance and angle, your left eye will se…e one image while your right eye will see the other. This gives the image on the screen the illusion of depth. The result of this is an image that doesn't actually pop out at you, but instead sinks into the screen. ( Full Answer )
Yes you can...everybody thinks you can't but i tried it, it is a definite yes......no i'm just joking don't even try it. You will burn your eyes...
No! You should only use glasses that specifically say they can be used for direct solar viewing. 3D glasses will be too transparent and you could damage your eyes by using them.
Real D 3D movies work by projecting two copies of the movie onto the screen, one after the other in quick transition. One series of frames is from the perspective of the left eye, while the other is from the perspective of the right eye. The left and right projections have different light polarizati…ons. The left lens of the 3D glasses allows the light from the left projection to be seen by the left eye, but prevents light from the right projection being seen by the left eye. The right lens does the opposite, allowing only the right projection's light to be seen by the right eye. The human brain naturally combines the two 2-dimensional images into a single to make a 3-dimensional scene. This works on LG 3D TV because the TV produces same polarized images, let alone alternating frames with different circular polarization attributes. That's why we say the theater 3D glasses also work on LG's 3D TV. ( Full Answer )
Three dimensional (3D) effects are seen when the left eye and right eye view a scene from slightly different angles. The brain can be fooled into seeing the same if each eye is shown a slightly different image. The two images are projected on a screen in complementary colours. Glasses with matching …filters ensure that each eye only sees one image. Complementary pairs of colours include red and green, red and blue, blue and green, red and cyan, green and magenta or blue and yellow. ( Full Answer )
For you to see in 3d each eye sees everything from a slightly different angle, off set to the right or left like a finger right in front of your face. If you look at something a few inches in front of your face you will notice how your eyes must also cross to look at it. If you look at something far… away they uncross or get more parallel. So your eyes are seeing two images of the finger in front of your face, on for each eye. So to see in 3d we need double images of everything and then only one image can go to one eye and the other image only to the other eye, just like in real life. The left lens must block the image for the right eye and the right lens must block the left eye image. Anaglyph glasses that are red and blue use those colors to block and unblock images. The double images are red and blue as well. In the theater they use polarized light. All images for the left eye have one light wave and all images for the right eye have a second different light wave. Then the right lens will block the light waves of the left eye images. The left lens does the same. Television can not do polarized light waves so they use the above anaglyph 3d format. Field sequencial 3d uses shutter glasses and looks just like polarized 3d and is often used for television as a better alternative to anaglyph 3d. The lenses use electricity to open and close. Now one lens will open while the other one closes and they do this back and forth really fast. Now when the image for the left eye flashes on the television screen the left lens will open. Then the right image will flash on the screen and the right lens will open. So each eye again only gets one image. This format requires and special tv, a convertor box, and the shutter glasses. Now to get your eyes to cross and uncross so images look close and far away this is what happens. Lets say something starts off far away and then gets closer until it looks like it is right over the head of the person sitting in front of you. When far away the double images are separate and the image for the right eye is on the right side and the image for the left eye is on the left side. Your eyes are uncrossed. Now as it gets closer the images come together until it looks like one image. Now the images pull apart again but this time the image for the right eye moves over to the left side and the left image moves over to the right side causing your eyes to cross more. Now as the images get further apart your eyes must cross more and the image pops off the screen. ( Full Answer )
LG televisions use passive glasses so you will not find LG active glasses. Actually, LG has made several models of active 3D televisions, despite their current push for passive. LG glasses such as the AGS100 will not work with Samsung televisions. If you are looking for lower priced glasses for your… Samsung TV, try the Monoprice website. ( Full Answer )
Yes, they use exactly the same charger, which is the same charger as the two DSi models also.
There are no such things as '3DS XL' games. An XL is just a larger 3DS, nothing more.