Instructions – The different types of 3D glasses

User guide for different types of 3D glasses Each type of 3D glasses has a specific use. Here is a quick explanation – find more detailed information in our Blog.


Lunettes 3D anaglyphe

red / cyan filters

3d anaglyph glasses are used for print, photographs, videos, DVDs, games, 3d software, websites … They are great for making communication stand out: posters, direct marketing, brochures, greeting cards …



Lunettes décodeur

red / red or blue / blue filters

No 3D effect but secret messages are revealed ! Perfect for print, packaging or internet.

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Lunettes chromadepth

Multispectral diffusion filters

The ChromaDepth process uses no stereoscopy : the 3D effect uses colours according to their position in the spectrum, warm colours near, cool colours in the background.



Lunettes diffraction

Diffraction filters

For Fireworks, Laser light shows, Concerts: diffraction glasses provide a spectacular rainbow prismatic effect !



Lunettes 3D passives

Circular polarized filters

Compatible with all broadcast systems and 3D TVs in”passive” technology. You will need circular passive 3d glasses in cinemas equipped for the “Real D” process.



Lunettes 3D polarisantes linéaires

Linear polarized filters

Polarizing 3d glasses are for projections on metallic screens in theme parks and museums, slideshows, multi-media displays, concerts, movies, and ride simulators.




Google cardboard

With VR 3D glasses and Google Cardboard your smartphone turns into a 3D immersion tool. Virtual reality allows you to move in a 3D environment, while 360° imagery gives you a panoramic vision of images or videos.