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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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ColeMarie Soleil

YEAH KIRSTEN! ^^

Adeon Writer

I don't have glasses, but I'm ordering some good plastic ones. (I'm morally against wearing my niece's Miley Cyrus 3D paper glasses.)

Ehrman Digfoot

An "over-simplification"! Oh for goodness sake! Why doesn't she work for LL?!?!

Ann Otoole InSL

Too bad it doesn't work with the sort of glasses you get at the movie theater (Real3D). I never see those red/green type glasses anymore. Oh well.

Eggy Lippmann

Now do 3D graphics HTML5 in 3D anaglyph inside 3D Second Life, using the parcel media stream ;)

Mondy

Forget the 3D glasses from the movies.
You need the old style red/green type.

Adeon Writer

Those Real3D glasses are circular polarized lenses. Unless you have a special polarized monitor made for them (that probably dosn't exist), they're if no use at home.

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