OK, after spending a bunch of time in 2D on my new unit, I went to go look at 3D again and it was still looking very fuzzy and giving me a headache. It is ghosting like crazy compared to my first unit I had. No wonder it is giving me a headache.
I took these pics and vids on max brightness for the glasses because the pictures look better that way, but the exact same thing happens to the same extent when they are set at the lowest setting. Is it possible the emitter is somehow out of sync on my new model?
These are just two examples, it happens throughout the movie, I could pause it almost anywhere and do this. Unless I'm looking at one specific angle constantly, and moving my head with my eyes to keep the angle things seem to work at, the ghosting is terrible. Also, it is hard to tell from the videos, but as you look through different parts of the glasses, the image is darker or brighter (brighter at angles there is more ghosting). Again, you don't have to move much to get it to change. I'd have to put my head in a vice and force my eyeballs to keep straight to not get this to happen.
Here is example one near the beginning of the movie. Click on the picture to see the movie. Watch the top, the light part of the building at how the level of ghosting changes as you rotate your head.
Now near the end of the movie, I took a couple still frames. Notice the endges of the ship, and the round section of the helicopter, the background, I could go on
And the movie to show rotating back and forth. Click the link to view.
I'm guessing other people's don't do this?