A little bit about 3D...
The way humans perceive 3 dimensions and depth in images is through the
use of both eyes, each of which sees a slightly offset view of a scene.
The two slightly different views are fused by our brain in a complex way
that creates our perception of depth. The i-ware! 3D system shows you a two-eye
view of the world from your monitor. With the i-ware! 3D system, depth-of-field
is simulated using shutter-glasses with lenses that can alternate between
clear and opaque (i.e., blocks light). During use, a left-eye image is
first displayed on a monitor, and the shutter-glasses left lens is clear,
while the right lens is dark. The image on the monitor is then switched
to the right-eye view, and the lenses of the shutter-glasses are reversed
(left lens dark and right lens clear). This switching occurs many times
a second, and your brain fuses these separate images into one truly 3-Dimensional
The switching of the images and the shutter-glass lenses is synchronized via a 3D control box. If viewed by the naked eye, without the shutter-glasses, the display on the monitor will appear as a double image, and seem blurred.
I don't see any 3D effect.
Be sure the programming you are
watching is 3D. If the programming is 3D, you should see a slight double
image without the glasses.
Problem: My screen flickers.
Some people can see flicker when
watching a 3D program on a television. To minimize flicker, turn down
or turn off the lights in the room while you are watching 3D. The darker
the room, the less flicker you will notice.
Problem: The 3D images do not look correct.
Check to ensure the polarity of
the images. The left image should only be seen by your left eye and the
right image should only be seen by your right eye. The MODE switch on
the 3D control box switches between a left-eye-first and a right-eye-first
video format. Be sure you have the i-ware! 3D system set to the correct mode.
Problem: The 3D images have the correct polarity
but the image still does not look right.
Everyone's visual system is a
little different. The 3D images are formatted for the average head size
and eye separation. Try moving closer to or farther away from your monitor
until the images can be viewed comfortably.
Question: How do I get service for my i-ware! 3D
Visit the customer service section
If you need technical
assistance with your i-ware! 3D product, please send an email message to our
customer service department at:
FAQs, a games list and other product accessories, visit: www.i-glasses.com