monitors for viewing anaglyphs

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    quixotic New Member

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    Has anyone noticed a difference in ability to view anaglyphs on different monitors? I'm finding that aerial anaglyphs (shot from several thousand feet up and focused at infinity) are easy to view at my computer at work, but not so much on my computer at home. Normal anaglyphs are not so bad, but I still notice a difference.

    Thanks in advance.

    Evan
     
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    I did change monitors. Went from an Hp 20VX to an Acer K212HQL. That seemed to help somewhat. Then I also changed glasses, from the cheap nerd-type ones that you get from China, to the cheap wrap-around-type ones that you get from China. That seemed to help even more.
     
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