3-D Glasses - Anaglyph 
(Red/Blue, Red/Cyan or Red/Green lenses)
Reel 3-D Enterprises, Inc., P.O. Box 2368, Culver City, CA 90231, USA

*** VERY IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ***
*** Reel 3-D is Closing on April 2, 2004 ***


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*** NOTICE ***

Please READ this box completely BEFORE you order anaglyph 3-D glasses! We strive to be clear, efficient & professional. You will SAVE money and order the correct 3-D glasses if you read this first . Thank you!

1) If you are ordering 3-D glasses for viewing the Mars Explorer 3-D images please note that the Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) recommends red/CYAN glasses (trust us on this -- they order them from us). We offer red/CYAN 3-D glasses in Cardboard frame WITH temples No. 7003, Plastic Flip-up Clip-on No. 7020, Sunglass Style Hard Rubber Framed No. 7026 or Mini Cardboard - hand-held style No. 7029 -- all models are shown below.

2) Before you order, please note that there is a US Mail MINIMUM Shipping and Handling charge of $6.25 (this may be cheaper than the UPS default on the Shopping Cart, so please note this when ordering -- YOU can change it to US Mail in the Popdown Menu). This charge covers up to 2 pounds of merchandise shipping weight. (We have LOTS of other 3-D products besides the 3-D glasses! Click on Reel 3-D Enterprises: Link to Homepage to see our entire 3-D product line.). The Online Shopping Cart will present you with the total Shipping and Handling Charge BEFORE the final completion of your online order.

3) Due to the large volume of 3-D glasses orders being generated by the interest in the Mars 3-D images, our normal processing time has been extended from one working day to approximately 3 working days BEFORE we process and ship your order. Please be patient! Shipment time averages about 1 week from the date of shipment. If you get an automated reply verifying your order, then we HAVE RECEIVED YOUR ORDER, too!

4) If you want smaller quantities of glasses , or are looking for cheaper shipping and handling charges, we are happy to provide you with this JPL link to other 3-D glasses dealers: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/kids/3D_pictures_index.html .

Thank you for reading this information before you order!

 

Red/Blue, Red/Cyan or Red/Green 3-D glasses work well with 3-D comic books, 3-D printed materials, computer screen Anaglyphic 3-D images, and some 3-D videos. (These are also the correct type of 3-D glasses for viewing the Mars Pathfinder and Mars Expolaration Rover Red/Cyan 3-D images on the Internet). See Questions and Answers on this subject at the end of this section.
 

Cardboard Frame Red/Blue 3-D Glasses
No. 7001

When low cost is the main consideration these No. 7001 glasses offer red & BLUE filters in cardboard frames. Red/Cyan 3-D glasses (No. 7003 - shown below) are the colors recommended for the Mars 3-D imges, and most color anaglyph images on the internet. Styles are subject to change without notice.

Note that 50 pairs is the miminum order. If the quantity is changed to less than 50 the order will be cancelled. If you want smaller quantities, please visit the web sites of other dealers that are listed at this link provided by the Jet Propulsion Lab: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/kids/3D_pictures_index.html

No. 7001A 50 to 99 pairs
No. 7001B 100 to 499 pairs
No. 7001C 500 to 1,499 pairs
No. 7001D 1,500 to 2,499 pairs
No. 7001E 2,500 to 4,499 pairs
 See Catalog Shopping List for larger quantities.
 

Cardboard Frame Red/Cyan 3-D Glasses
No. 7003

These No. 7003 cardboard glasses are the same style as our No. 7001 glasses, but with red and CYAN (bluish/green) lenses. These are the same filter colors used in the "Swimsuit" and "Olympics" issues of a famous sports magazine. These colors usually work better with full color anaglyphs, both in print and on the internet.

These are also the best paper glasses to use for the Mars Exploration Rover Mission 3-D (Stereo) Images. http://www.stereoscopy.com/mars  is a great link to find 3-D images!

Note that 50 pairs is the miminum order. If the quantity is changed to less than 50 the order will be cancelled. If you want smaller quantities, please visit the web sites of other dealers that are listed at this link provided by the Jet Propulsion Lab: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/kids/3D_pictures_index.html

For more durable or clip-on 3-D glasses see No. 7026 Hard Rubber frame and No. 7020 Deluxe Plastic Clip-on Red/Cyan glasses shown below on this page.

No. 7003A 50 to 99 pairs
No. 7003B 100 to 499 pairs
No. 7003C 500 to 1,499 pairs
No. 7003D 1,500 to 2,499 pairs
No. 7003E 2,500 to 4,499 pairs
 See Catalog Shopping List for larger quantities.
 

Hard Rubber Frame Red/Cyan 3-D Glasses
No. 7026 The finest in economy priced high-quality glasses for viewing anaglyph (red/cyan) 3-D images (such as the Mars Pathfinder and Mars Exploration Rover 3-D images on the Internet). Stylish hard black rubber frames with hard plastic lenses provide the best in anaglyph 3-D viewing. Red lens over Left eye.

Note that 2 pairs is the miminum order. If the quantity is changed to less than 2 pairs the order will be cancelled. If you want smaller quantities, please visit the web sites of other dealers that are listed at this link provided by the Jet Propulsion Lab: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/kids/3D_pictures_index.html
No. 7026 2 to 11 pairs
No. 7026A 12 to 24 pairs
No. 7026B 25 to 99 pairs
 See Catalog Shopping List for larger quantities.
 

Cardboard Frame Hand-Held Style Mini Red/Green 3-D Glasses
No. 7021 Small size for hand-held viewing (no temples to go over the ears). Plain white cardboard, so they are suitable for either orientation, as there is no indication of Right and Left lenses. Red/Green are usually the best choice for monochromatic (2 color) anaglyphs.

Note that 50 pairs is the miminum order. If you want smaller quantities, please visit the web sites of other dealers that are listed at this link provided by the Jet Propulsion Lab: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/kids/3D_pictures_index.html
No. 7021B package of 50 pairs
No. 7021C 100 to 499 pairs
No. 7021D 500 to 999 pairs
No. 7021E 1,000 or more pairs
 See Catalog Shopping List for larger quantities.


Cardboard Frame Hand-Held Style Mini Red/Cyan 3-D Glasses
No. 7029 Small size for hand-held viewing (no temples to go over the ears). Same size as the No. 7021 Mini Red/GREEN 3-D glasses, but with Red/CYAN lenses, the same lenses as No. 7003. Plain white cardboard, so they are suitable for either orientation, as there is no indication of Right and Left lenses.

Note that 50 pairs is the miminum order. If you want smaller quantities, please visit the web sites of other dealers that are listed at this link provided by the Jet Propulsion Lab: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/kids/3D_pictures_index.html
No. 7029B package of 50 pairs
No. 7029C 100 to 499 pairs
No. 7029D 500 to 999 pairs
No. 7029E 1,000 or more pairs
 See Catalog Shopping List for larger quantities.


Superior Plastic Clip-On Red/Cyan 3-D Glasses
No. 7020 Deluxe plastic clip-on 3-D glasses with Red and CYAN lenses designed especially for color anaglyph viewing and perfect for viewing anaglyph (red/cyan) 3-D images (such as the Mars Pathfinder and Mars Exploration Rover 3-D images on the Internet). Similar in color to our No. 7026 3-D glasses, these offer superior and convenient 3-D viewing for eyeglass wearers. Convenient "flip-up" feature is great for use when you are at your computer and looking at 3-D images on your monitor. The red lens is on the left side.

Note that 2 pairs is the miminum order. If the quantity is changed to less than 2 pairs the order will be cancelled. If you want smaller quantities, please visit the web sites of other dealers that are listed at this link provided by the Jet Propulsion Lab: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/kids/3D_pictures_index.html
No. 7020 2 to 11 pairs
No. 7020A 12 to 24 pairs
No. 7020B 25++ pairs
 
 

Q & A
Q: When do I need red/blue (anaglyph) 3-D glasses instead of the polarized (light gray) ones? A: Anything printed on a page, displayed on a computer monitor, or projected with red/blue or red/green color fringing uses anaglyph (red/blue) 3-D glasses.
Q: Where can I find anaglyph comics, books, posters or images? A: Comic book stores, from the 3-D Zone, P.O. Box 741159, L.A., CA 90004, Cygnus Graphic, Box 32461, Phoenix, AZ 85064.
Q: When did anaglyph imaging begin? A: The principle of anaglyph presentation of 3-D images was first proposed in 1853 by Rollmann, but adapted to practical use by Ducos du Hauron in France in 1891.
Q: How do anaglyph images work? A: They are based on the principle that when you look at a printed or projected color through a filter of the same color that that color essentially disappears. For example, a circle printed in red on a white background disappears when viewed through a red filter. Conversely, when the same color (red) is viewed through a complementary or opposite color (green or blue in this case) the printing will appear to be dark, or nearly black. 

By printing the right eye image in red ink, and the left eye image superimposed upon it in blue ink, a 3-D image is seen when viewed through matching colored 3-D glasses. In this case the glasses would have to have a green or blue lens over the right eye, and a red lens over the left eye.


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United States of America
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