Of The Glasses
Regarding the Elsa Revelator, it
impressed me as an electronic form of 3D stereoscopic spectacles
used in watching 3D movies. It
works in similar fashion, principally utilising a kind of electronic
filter that projects 3D pictures to the user via slightly
“mis-aligned” images rendered onscreen. Aesthetically speaking, it does look decently cool and works
non-intrusively when worn.
| Nah, it doesn’t protect
against UV light; neither does it work outdoors…
The Revelator actually comes in 2
flavours (as seen in the bundled manual) – an Infra-red or cable
version. The sample
reviewed is based on the cable version, with an adjoining cable that
connects between the monitor and the Erazor’s 15-pin VGA output.
However, the bundled Revelator
manual is rather lacking and covers just the main points of setting
up the Glasses for use.
Who cares how it
looks? I can’t see through
the specs for myself anyway. Give me the low-down…