How does 3D Glasses Work?

Cool facts about 3D glasses

When was the 3D glasses invented?

In the mid-19th century, Charles Wheatstone discovered that simply viewing a pair of similar (but not exact) images side-by-side can showing of three-dimensionality. The images are taken by two cameras that are slightly separated. This way, the photographs mock what each one of our two eyes would see in reality.

Sir Charles Wheatstone invented the first 3D device in 1838

The earliest type of stereoscope was invented by Sir Charles Wheatstone in 1838.It used a pair of mirrors at 45 degree angles to the user's eyes, each reflecting a picture located off to the side.

The first ever 3D movie

"The Power of Love"

The Power of Love is an American silent film and the first 3D feature film worldwide. The premiere was on September 27, 1922

How does 3D glasses work?

Using a red and blue lens 'tricks' the brain into seeing a 3D image. Each eye sees a slightly different image. The eye covered by the red lens will perceive red as "white" and blue as "black," and vice versa for the other eye. This disparity mimics what each eye would see in reality, as with most 3D technology.
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Advantage of 3D technology

3D technology gives the viewers an awesome popping up visual affect that bring you to the next level experience.

What are the disadvantages of 3D technology

3D technologies are extremely expensive. Not a lot of people can afford them. There are very few channels and programs that support 3D technologies.

How to make your own 3D glasses