If HCFR allows for meter profiling between reference meter and field meter, you might want to try profiling your Spider 4 with 3d glasses as the reference meter to the Spider 4 without 3d glasses as your field meter.
You'd have to get the "with" glasses reading very close to the screen. This isn't unlike what many do with other software as 3d is much dimmer but you're working with brighter patterns when profiling a meter.
Keep in mind that the weakness of most meters is how well they read the lower % brightness levels. You may find that rather than reading 20% and 80% that you'll have to go higher for the low end. As a cross check, put up a stepped cross 10pt grayscale pattern as see if you can tell any color differences through the range with special attention given to the lower levels.
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