I'm building a planar-type stereo mirror 3d screen and found out that my 2 hp 23" monitors are linear polarized at 0 degrees instead of 45 degrees. This is a problem as the polarization is effectively unchanged when reflected across the mirror (as opposed to a screen w/ 45 degree polarization which does flip when reflected). I found out here, http://individual.utoronto.ca/iizuka/research/cellophane.htm#cellophane
, that you can use regular cellophane sheets - I got a 30 ft. roll from Michael's craft store for $4.49 - to function as a decent half-wave retarder. Using a sheet of that rotated at 45, I can now get one screen's polarization rotated to 90 degrees with the other at 0 degrees and I can get selective blocking with 0/90 degree polarized glasses.
My question is simply if there's is a liquid or gel adhesive out there anyone knows of that can bond this retarder film to the LCD without messing up the polarization? It is possible I might not have searched the right terms, but google didn't really lead me to any consumer-level stuff.