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Red Cyan - Anaglyph 3D Glasses - Hand Held
Red Cyan
Hand Held

Red Cyan - Anaglyph 3D Glasses - with Arms
Red Cyan
With Arms
Red Green - Anaglyph 3D Glasses - with Arms
Red Green
With Arms
Red Blue - Anaglyph 3D Glasses - with Arms
Red Blue
With Arms
Polarised 3D Glasses
Polarised
3D Glasses
Pulfrich 3D Glasses
Pulfrich
3D Glasses
ChromaDepth 3D Glasses
ChromaDepth
3D Glasses
Green Magenta - Anaglyph 3D Glasses - with Arms
Green Magenta
with Arms
ColorCode 3D Glasses
Channel 4 3D TV
3D Glasses
3D Glasses - Red Cyan - Hand Held

3D Glasses - Red Cyan - Hand Held

Pack of 5 £4.99 GBP
Pack of 10 £9.50 GBP
Pack of 25 £22.50 GBP
Pack of 50 £37.50 GBP
Pack of 100 £70.00 GBP

Quantities of packets may be entered on the Buy Now page.

All prices include delivery any where world wide.

Pay by cheque, download and fill in our mail order forms.

3D anaglyph glasses are perfect for viewing 3D pictures either on screen or in print.
These are hand held 3D glasses making them ideal for inclusion in mail shots, greeting cards, handouts, books, comics or magazines.

The lenses in these cardboard 3D glasses are red and cyan produced specifically for 3D viewing. They are ideal for viewing most anaglyph 3D images especially the majority of images on the internet. (Normal convention is to use the 3D glasses with the red lens over the left eye.)

These are plain white cardboard 3D glasses which measure 155mm x 38mm (6.1 inch x 1.5 inch).

As these 3D glasses are without arms, they have to be hand held in front of your eyes.
If you require 3D glasses for playing computer games, watching a 3D presentation or viewing 3D movies on DVD or video; we recommend our 3D glasses with arms which can be worn like normal spectacles and let you sit comfortably with your hands free.

NASA Sun images in 3D
Solar TErrestrial RElations Observatory (STEREO).
The NASA STEREO mission uses stereoscopic (3D) vision to construct a global picture of the Sun and its influences. Use these 3D glasses to view the STEREO 3D images and fascinating 3D movies of the sun on the NASA STEREO web site.

MARS 3D
These 3D glasses are perfect for viewing the many 3D images of Mars that are currently being displayed on the internet. These include images on the NASA JPL web site taken by the NASA Mars Rovers - Spirit and Opportunity. There are also 3D anaglyph images of Mars on the European Space Agency web site from the spacecraft ESA Mars Express.

Books, Comics and Posters
Over the years there have been many books, comics and posters printed with 3D images for which these 3D glasses can be used.

Recent 3D publications include:

  • 'Guinness World Records 2009'
    A pair of 3D glasses to view more than 20 3D photographs throughout the rest of the book.
    Guinness World Records Book
  • 'In Your Face 3D: The Best 3D Book Ever!'
    Great action shots of athletes and images from a wide variety of sports.
    Sports Illustrated Books
  • 'DK FindOut! Magazine' - Issue 46
    Eye popping 3D glasses and cool 3D posters.
    Titan Magazines 2006
  • 'Simpsons Comics Presents - Bart Simpson'
    Free 3D Posters and 3D Glasses.
    Titan Magazines 2006
  • 'Wallace And Gromit' - Issue 6
    Free 3D Poster and 3D Glasses.
    Titan Magazines 2006
  • 'The Chronicles of Narnia'
    3D images of the new Disney film 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe'. Plus a series of 3D pictures of your favourite wild animals.
    Daily mail (UK newspaper) 5 November 2005.
  • 'The Fantastic Four'
    3D poster shows the Marvel characters in action from the new 20th Century Fox movie.
    News of The World - (UK Sunday newspaper) 24 July 2005.
  • 'The Hulk'
    3D movie poster.
    News of The World - (UK Sunday newspaper).

Make your own 3D pictures
You can produce your own 3D anaglyph photos to view with these 3D glasses in various ways, starting with a pair of stereo images (left and right photos) or as a 2D to 3D conversion. Software to create 3D anaglyph images can be found for free on the internet; StereoPhoto Maker, Anabuilder etc. or many image manipulation programs such as PhotoShop can be used. There are also built in features in Olympus Master Plus software and the Olympus xD-Picture Card.

Large quantities of 3D glasses are available for sale at a discount. We can also help you make the most of your 3D glasses promotion by having them custom printed with your own full colour design and marketing message. Please Contact Us for details. (Minimum order for customised printing of hand held 3D glasses is 1,000 pairs.)


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