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People have high expectations for 3D holographic projection technology and hope that it can be realized in real life, not just in science fiction movies. In recent years, with the continuous progress of projection technology, 3D sunglasses technology has made a major breakthrough. 3D holographic projection has been realized in real life, and its application has become hot all over the world. It has been widely used in many fields of various industries.
As the development trend of 3D TV becomes more and more promising, more and more people with a keen business eye are paying attention to the 3D glasses market. The market prospect of 3D glasses is a topic of common concern. Here’s what we think about the future of 3D glasses. We think the market prospect of 3D glasses is very optimistic.
The so-called 3D, is the English three-dimensional abbreviation, namely three-dimensional graphics, that is, we often say three-dimensional image. The principle of 3D display, in simple terms, is to let a person’s left eye and right eye see different images respectively, thus forming a three-dimensional image with depth of field in the brain.
3D sunglasses can relieve fatigue and replenish moisture. Eye drops specially prepared for people who often face mobile phones and computers can effectively replenish eyes and eye moisture. The result is dry eyes
what color for sunglasses?
Traditionally, 3-d glasses use a red lens and a blue lens. Many other color combinations can achieve the same effect, such as red and green, but red and blue are the most common. The blue lens filters out all red light, and the red lens filters out all blue light, so each eye sees a slightly different image. When a 3D film is shown on a screen, two images are displayed: one is red and the other is blue. Since each lens ACTS as a filter, each eye sees only one image. The brain fuses the two images together, giving the illusion that the image pops up or out of the screen.
However, always using a combination of red and blue to get a sense of depth can also lead to color degradation in the movie. Not only is the image quality a bit blurry, but the colors in 3D movies always look wrong. So the movie industry is responding with polarized 3-d glasses: it wants to create a better experience for its audience.
Polarized 3D glasses do not rely on a single color lens to achieve a three-dimensional effect. They work much like glasses, trick the brain into fusing two images into one. Polarizing lenses are yellow and brown, not red and blue. When light is polarized, all the waves oscillate in one direction. When a movie is shown, one vertically polarized image and another horizontally polarized image are displayed on the screen. Since each lens can only pass through one image, your brain will combine the two images into one image. What is the end product? That’s right, the color or quality of the image is almost lossless clear three-dimensional image!
How to use 3D sunglasses correctly to achieve the best viewing effect?
When you watch a 3D movie, you should sit further away from the screen, in the middle or back seat, and after 30 minutes of viewing, you should take your 3D glasses off and rest. Wearing 3D glasses will make people’s eyes constantly adjust to the sound and light stimulation, which will easily cause fatigue. In addition, 3D images are more eye-consuming than usual, which will lead to acute glaucoma. Therefore, glaucoma patients should watch 3D movies carefully.
Watching 3D movies is a wonderful experience that cannot be expressed. It gives people an unprecedented and aesthetic feeling, which is novel and surprising.
We look forward to more experiences with 3D glasses.