Back in August of 2002, when I first decided to invent the Photo3D kit and bring the joy of 3D photography into everyone’s home, I began looking for the best Anaglyph 3D glasses in the world to include with the kit. I ended up buying so many different models from just about every manufacturer in the USA, Europe and the Far East. But nothing satisfied my appetite for a high quality viewing experience; by far, the majorities, if not all of the products, provided inferior lenses, not to mention Geeky looking.
Some 3D glasses would make the image look too dark and provided an uncomfortable feeling, others would allow far too much ghosting and lacked a sharp viewing experience, and some nearly made all the colors disappear, with most of them doing poorly in all of these three categories. I have come to realize that most of these 3D glasses were made for the movies and were very poor when used to see 3D in print.
I had already filed patents and created the best ever Photo3D Mixer Software and completed production of the award winning Photo3D 303 Attachment, but I quickly realized that not all Cyans and Reds are the same, and after 10 months of constant lab trials and without having found “my perfect” 3D glasses to meet my own self-imposed high quality standards, I was ready to cancel the whole project as I could not settle for less. For the Photo3D Kit, we wanted to make sure that it included 3D glasses that would maximize the viewing experience on LCD PC monitors and by implementing proper Photo3D calibration within the Photo3D Mixer we would also ensure the best viewing experience of photographs printed on home Inkjet Printers.
I wanted 3D glasses with the highest possible total score for maximum light, sharpest viewing and maximum color retention experience. I was loosing hope, then, what seemed to be on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, I received two different spectrums from two separate labs that I commissioned to do last-chance trials, and by shear luck one spectrum fell on top of another when I was testing them and the combination of the two was “Eureka”, and I finally discovered the best ever Red/Cyan spectrums for viewing Anaglyphs.
I filed for another patent and named it the Photo3D RC™ Spectrums for advanced Red/Cyan, which also represented advanced Anaglyph. Today, according to numerous experts, the Stylish Photo3D RC900 series glasses are by far the best overall 3D glasses in the world.
The cheapest 3D glasses I first looked at were made of thin film materials and provided for a highly blurry viewing experience; they could not filter the images properly. They also were flimsy and would break easily. Sure you could see some 3D effects, but why settle for less if you can find better, as an ex-Creative Director at Young & Rubicam, a multinational advertising agency, I would say that over 90% of my clients would not have subjected their brands to such low quality experience and would have never used 3D in advertising had they had to settle for what was available in the market prior to the high-quality Photo3D RC™ advanced and stylish glasses. The cheap 3D Glasses I reviewed were manufactured in China.
At the time, the best paper 3D Glasses were made in the USA, but still they lagged behind and were not good enough, 3D was still seen as a gimmick. So I decided that Mission3D would have to make its own Photo3D Glasses in order to provide the maximum enjoyable viewing experience. We selected the top lenses producers in Europe, made sure we used the thickest materials for our Photo3D Select Spectrums that were core to our ergonomic patented designs. To take advantage of cheap labor, we shipped the lenses to China to make the glasses there, but unfortunately, to stick with our high-quality standards we ended up having to reject nearly 50% of what was produced in China.
In search of excellence, in 2008, Mission3D finally decided to invest and open its own Photo3D Glasses Factory. We selected Lebanon, our new corporate headquarters (we still do have offices in Exeter, New Hampshire, USA, our old headquarters). Lebanon has an abundance of skilled labor, is closer to Europe from China and labor costs are not far off from that of China, not to mention that I found my true love there as well. The net result: The Patented Design Photo3D RC™ Glasses, the best-ever 3D Glasses for viewing on LCD and LED monitors and printed matter.
So don’t settle for anything less than our custom printed high quality Photo3D RC800 Glasses and find out how we might also produce them for you in just 10 days, just email email@example.com and ask for a free 3D glasses sample. We accept custom orders for as few as 3000 pairs but have factory capacity to produce millions.
Note: To safeguard and maintain the quality reputation of the Photo3D brand, Mission3D requires all Stereo 3D commercial print productions be done at Mission3D Publishing. For those who wish to purchase 3D glasses form our factory for use with their own commercial printing we offer the 3-DPiX brand.
- Authored by Sam Ramadan
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