3D Polarised Glasses

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olarised 3D glasses are used for stereoscopic motion pictures with video projection. Two images are superimposed onto one screen through orthogonal polarising filters. The projectors receive output from a computer with a dual head graphics card. The Polarised 3D glasses also contain a pair of orthogonal polarising filters. They only pass light which is similarly polarised and block the orthogonally polarised light, so that each eye only sees one image, creating the 3D effect. It is recommended that a silver screen is used to preserve polarisation.

We supply 3D polarised glasses for theatrical productions, corporate presentations, cinema, concerts, theme parks and sporting events. Our paper glasses can be printed in full colour from supplied artwork, incorporating your branding and sponsors’ logos for maximum advertising potential. Glasses frames can be customised to any bespoke shape or theme.

Contact us for a quotation and to learn more about using 3D glasses.