My understanding of 3D electronic glasses is as follows:
your monitor and your glasses work in synch. When the left image is displayed, your right eye can’t see, and vice-versa. So yes, it’s based on polarisation, but only in-as-much as LCD display are based on polarization: it’s localized to the glasses, when one eye blacks out the image, while the other can see through. Anyway, I have never tried, so I do’nt really know.
Along the same line, bloody-orc, I guess that the paper ones can’t be the best, but frankly, I liked this last one very much (in full screen, without anything, I find the result great, sorry I’m self-flattering )… The render took 2 nights (one night each eye). I tried w/ a HRI and that was plain odd (not bad, but the colors were just strange on the “metal”).
Alltaken: Sorry I mis-understood you. Mind you, I still invite you to decompose the 2 pix I posted above 120left and 120right, to your liking.
Weldertier: thanks for the info (zachboy82 will have a good answer between yours and the others).
OK, it’s not exactly great art, but much fun. That’s all.