Revisiting the Trioviz Inficolor 3D Glasses

by Mark R

I first encountered the Trioviz Inficolor 3D glasses when I was at E3 in Los Angeles last summer. I recently had some sent to me, and so now I can say that I have tried it in non-ideal circumstances.

According to a comment from David Susilo on my original posting about the Trioviz, it requires a “special DVD / Blu-ray that have been processed using TriOviz anaglyph processor”. You can see the website to see what games are compatible, and they include Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, Green Lantern, Enslaved, Captain America: The First Avenger, and Thor movie game.

According to the website, the Inficolor 3D glasses work with most 2D HDTVs. I tried it on mine, and I was able to view a 3D DVD pretty well. The problem is that the background of the 3D movie I was watching looked rather blurry. The further away I stepped back, the better the 3D got. Perhaps if I did some interesting adjustments on color, it would work.

If you want to try out the Inficolor 3D glasses, you can pick them up on the TriOviz site for about $29.99. Free delivery is available in 2 to 3 days, and 7 days in Canada.

2 reviews or comments

James Says: November 17, 2011 at 3:51 pm

The blurry vision is understandable. 3D does tend to require a greater distance from the TV to get a better impact. Nice work.

David from Buffalo Says: November 20, 2011 at 2:40 am

Contrary to David Susillo’s comment, this is not just “regular anaglyph, nothing new” – it absolutely is new. These anaglyph lens colors are designed specifically to provide more natural colored results, maintaining the original colors of the image as much as possible. It’s not your grandparent’s red-blue over a black & white film from the 50’s 3D.
I’m sure it’s not ultra suitable for just any film though and probably will look better for video games and other digital animation than for a live action film.

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