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Hi guys I'm wondering, if someone of you knows about video glasses by iTHEATRE. Theyre qite cheap on ebay: ... dZViewItem ... dZViewItem ... dZViewItem

But the big question is: Are they able to show S-3D? Maybe with some tweaking. If the worked, they might be a nice experiment - maybe a even lower resolution to try...

In the description of the second one stands they have two TFT displays. That means, both eyes have their own displays - a requirement for S-3D.

How big is the importance of the small resolution? I know 640 is just a quarter of the pixels compared to 1280. So 320 is a 1/16th of the 1280x1024 resolution...
BUT e.g movies - especially from the internet have very low resolution, too :idea:

What do you think? What are your experiences? Maybe you saw one in a shop, I didn't (they have mainly mainstream artikles in German shops...)

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the vr920 is stereoscopic but the colors are off its not really 24.

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