Riva Extreme heeft een review gepost van de Elsa 3D Revelator 3D glasses:
The 3D Revelator Glasses create this "stereo" effect by alternating which eye gets to see the screen, as mentioned on the previous page. This is because the user really can't concentrate a single eye on each of two side-by-side monitors! The glasses accomplish this by using LCD screens as lenses. If you look at your calculator, chances are this is what it uses too. An LCD is clear when there is nothing happening inside. It turns opaque (you can't see through it) when voltage is applied to it. So, when it's very fast (120 times per second) it almost looks like looking through two pieces of slide film. Dope! The Revelator comes with the glasses (duh), a phat oakley-esqe soft case (so you can take it to school or on the road I guess), a Y-cable (it has a D-Sub on one end, and a ps2 and a D-Sub on the other end), and a reviewers guide. Oops, scratch that one, uhh heh heh. Heh. There are actually two models available, the corded model (the base model, which they gave me, grrrr) for $49, and the slightly tighter cordless (infrared) model for $79. Both will make the girlies want to take you home (not really, but hey, do you tell your girlfriends what kind of stuff goes on in a Quake2 game? I didn't think so). They are actually quite light and unobtrusive.
Je zult er wel een videokaart van Elsa bij moeten kopen, anders werkt het ding niet. Ook zul je een behoorlijk vette monitor moeten hebben aangezien een refreshrate van 100-120Hz vereist is.