Date: 2009-10-15 03:57 pm (UTC)
Something I didn't know until I researched this was that linear polarizer 3D glasses are older than I thought. Even during the original 3D boom of the Fifties, most 3D movies used polarized glasses; the iconic image of an audience of theatergoers wearing red/green anaglyph glasses depicted a relatively rare occurrence. Anaglyph was mostly used for movies that only had brief 3D segments, because it (a) sucks, and (b) requires no special projection equipment.
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