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Bron: Rivarave

Rivarave heeft een reviewtje gebouwd rondom de Elsa 3D Revelator shutter glasses. Does it really look 3D?

Personally, my short answer is yes. There's "enough" information for your brain to percieve depth in the 3D image. This is 50% of the effect. Some of you may have to convince yourself that what you're seeing is actually three dimensional. I say this because some people won't feel the effect or won't think much of it if they aren't convinced at what they are seeing is three dimensional. In my instance, I wasn't exactly "floored" by the effect I saw the first time I saw it. Things kept convincing me that what I was seeing wasn't "immersive" 3D. The first thing was that I could still see everything outside the monitor and my surroundings. Second, I naturally knew that the monitor screen was flat and the image was two dimensional. I eventually convinced myself and the 3D effect actually helped me play games.

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