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need help in making 3d glasses

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  • Started 2 years ago by Ali1796
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Ali1796
Ali1796
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i searched on youtube and also on other sites but couldn't fond a suitable tutorial

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vistual
vistual
Posts: 3135

moved to geek stuff ....

make 3d glasses .....
How to Make Your Own 3D Glasses
Make 3-D Glasses

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warlock
warlock
Posts: 4100

http://www.howtogeek.com/69368.....any-image/ Look at this link do not know if it is exacually want you want but, try it.

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warlock
warlock
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good find vistual

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Ali1796
Ali1796
Posts: 16

i've already tried making these glasses but it didn't helped

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vistual
vistual
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.99 cents ....
http://www.ebay.com/itm/pair-R.....3369b72541
and no time or money wasted on materials : )

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Ali1796
Ali1796
Posts: 16

any other option? don't have a credit card :/

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Slembroccoli
Slembroccoli
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Maybe the local movie theater has some for sale?

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Ali1796
Ali1796
Posts: 16

i have those glasses from the theater but they don't work for youtube videos or 3d images on my laptop :(

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hatryst
hatryst
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Only Cyan-Red glasses will work on a regular laptop with stereoscopic 3D turned ON (in case your nVidia card supports it)
You'll be able to watch 3D videos like THIS one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v.....feature=iv

If you want real 3D experience, you'll have to get a special laptop and that laptop will come with its own pair of 3D glasses. And not just ordinary 3D glasses that you get in the cinema, they will be ACTIVE 3D glasses, they're powered by a battery, and they're made to work ONLY with that laptop, they're kind of 'synced' with it (and same's the case with 3D HDTVs).
Also, same holds true for cinema 3D glasses. Though they're passive (non-powered) 3D glasses, they will only work in the cinema.
http://www.google.com/support/.....wer=157636

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Ali1796
Ali1796
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my graphic card supports it and also the glasses i made, it gives the depth effect but its not that neat as i can't make a good pair of 3D glasses

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hatryst
hatryst
Posts: 3482

Did you make the Red/Cyan glasses? Also, that's probably the most you can get, as far as I know...

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Ali1796
Ali1796
Posts: 16

Yes

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