Each anaglyph method has its own pros and cons. Personally, I enjoy standard red/cyan the best, especially with the Pro-Ana glasses. However ColorCode is pretty good also. On content that is not very strong in color (like a gray scene) ColorCode can look nearly as good as shutter glasses with only a slight loss of color detail (again, on very specific content). But with very colorful scenes it is not as great. I find red/cyan to handle colors better, with the drawback of increased retinal rivalry. The depth in either case is pretty much the same, its not that one type of glasses will look more "3D" or anything.
I am just using the paper ColorCode viewers ( http://www.berezin.com/3d/3dglasses.htm#Colorcode
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I've never used the plastic ones, but I'm sure they are better than the cheapo paper versions (though maybe not as much as the price suggests).
red cyan best? I read this on wikipedia
red-cyan pure red pure cyan (green+blue) color (poor reds, good greens) good color perception of green and blue, no red. Currently the most common in use. Regular version (red channel has only the red third of the view) Half version (red channel is a red-tinted grayscale view. Less retinal rivalry)
Trioscopic pure green pure magenta (red+blue) color (better reds, oranges and wider range of blues than red/cyan) Same principle as red-cyan, somewhat newer. Less chromatic aberration, as the red and blue in magenta brightness balance well with green.
trioscopic should be slightly better.
I can used the glasses colorcode with stereoscopic player set to yellow/blue?
I tested without glasses the official program ColorCode 3D player, and I see the image is identical to stereoscopic player set to yellow/blue.
On the web I not find pure yello/blue glasses, only amber/blue official from colorcode and not official.
"cybereality" I find on web, glasses perhaps best than pro-ana, the s3D http://www.scenes.it/occhiali3d.html
The lens are made in PMMA Poly (methyl methacrylate), (crystalline lens)
The lens made pro-ana is PET or acrylic
What do you think?