3D Experiment: Red/Blue Glasses vs. HD Glasses (page 2)
- How do high definition glasses allow the wearer to see 2-demensional images in 3D?
- How do red/blue lens 3D glasses allow the wearer to see 2-demensional images in 3D?
- What is the difference in the optics between HD and red/blue 3D glasses lenses?
- Is it possible to clearly see 3D holographic images wearing standard red/blue 3D glasses?
- When drawing images what important consideration must be made in order to produce 3D holographic images when viewed through HD Glasses?
- Why make geological maps that require the wearing of High Definition glasses instead of standard 3D glasses?
- Construction paper, pencil, 48 count crayon box, or bright florescent color marking pens
- ChromaDepth® HD Glasses
- Standard Red/Blue color lens 3D glasses
- Color pictures or images of landmasses, underwater scenes, and/or space scenes
*Safety: Do not look directly at very bright light sources or the Sun while using the HD and 3D Glasses as it may cause permanent eye damage!
- Select a landform or some other image similar to one shown and draw a rough outline along with its main features on a sheet of construction paper.
- Next color in the drawing. Use black and very dark blue as background colors, red for foreground objects, and green for the middle-ground objects.
- You can use other colors when you are creating your 3D picture also. Just progress from foreground (red) to middle-ground (green) to background (dark blue/black) using the colors in rainbow order.
- When you've completed your picture, place the image on a flat surface, stand over it, and put on your two different pairs of 3D glasses.
- Record the results, using descriptions such as “Fuzzy,” “Lack of color separation,” “Image pops off the paper,” “Image(s) appear to float,” etc.
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