3D Pulfrich glasses
The Pulfrich effect, it is lateral motion of something in the field of view being interpreted as being closer or farther
away because of the different speeds the two eyes see. This effect can usually be induced by covering one eye with a dark filter.
Carl Pulfrich, a German physicist, first described this phenomenon in 1922 and it is named after him.
Our Pulfrich glasses work well with television broadcasts and video presentations.
We'll design and manufacture your fully personalized decoder glasses with Pantone or CMYK full-colour
If you're looking for custom shape glasses, we'll help you with creating your individual style product.
Print colours: 1 / 2 / 3 /4 colours (full colour)
Print sides: 1- / 2-side printed
Print colour references: CMYK / Pantone U
Colours of lenses:right - dark, left - clear
Minimum quantity: 20 pcs