Shutter glasses and custom polarized! Talk about them here.
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- One Eyed Hopeful
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Got my M215W today and I'm pleased to say that Real D glasses work better than the zalman glasses. It's just a shame that I shelled out £10 for a second pair with the monitor.
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- Which stereoscopic 3D solution do you primarily use?: S-3D Projector Setup
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Just adding: They should work on old zalmans as well. In this case i think (not totally sure) that the original glasses are a tad batter.
- 3D Angel Eyes (Moderator)
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- Which stereoscopic 3D solution do you primarily use?: S-3D desktop monitor
The RealD glasses do work, but they are not the exact polarization as the Zalman brand glasses. At least with the 22" model (ZM-M220W) I get this weird purple haze around ghosting images. Its not horrible, and a lot of the times I will use the RealD glasses to just watch a quick video on YouTube3D. However when I am going in for a gaming session or watching a 3D movie I will always use the real Zalman-brand glasses. They are certainly a step above. Maybe the polarization was altered slightly for the newer models, but I doubt it seeing as I have the new glasses and they work perfecly fine on the old monitor.