This adapter applies a unique drive signal to the LCD "lenses" in active 3D shutterglasses designed for 3D TVs and PC 3D adapters. In return, the glasses produce a striking refractive effect. Refle...Read More…
This adapter applies a unique drive signal to the LCD "lenses" in active 3D shutterglasses designed for 3D TVs and PC 3D adapters. In return, the glasses produce a striking refractive effect. Reflective objects seen through them are surrounded by multicoloured "rainbows" in their shape.
Kits are available to build the adapter, or they can be purchased pre-assembled. A limited number of suitable wired 3D shutterglasses are also available for purchase with the adapters. Instructions are provided for modifying modern wireless glasses for use (note that some models do not work with the adapter).
So far the following models of LCD Shutterglasses have been tested with the adapter:
Each adapter comes with a professionally bound 22 page booklet detailing the usage, construction, theory, and circuit of the adapter. Kits may also optionally include a second circuit board and mounting kit to mount above the adapter for physical protection (already installed on assembled adapters).
A stereo 3.5mm inline socket for connecting with wired 3D shutterglasses will be included when purchased with the Stereo3D glasses.
Requires 4x AA batteries, not included.
Please only select the postage option marked "(PCB or Kit)" if you are not purchasing an assembled kit, or the Stereo3D shutterglasses.
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Australia Post: Small Pkt (PCB or Kit)
Australia Post: Air Mail Parcel
Australia Post: Air Mail Parcel With Tracking
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