The eye has something called Receptors, and these receive electricity from light.
The Receptors then send this electricity to the mind.
The eye has two different kinds of Receptors: One kind can only see black and white, and the other can see color.
When the light is too low to see good the color receptors shut off and the black and white receptors turn on.
The active polarized shutter glasses are designed to show one eye black, and by doing so use the receptor that see's black and white.
This is while the other eye see's a fully lit up picture and so it is using the eyes color receptor.
I'm guessing the part in bold:
Right now the active polarized shutter glasses do not change to one bit of color when a shutter is closing. Instead the full color bit palet is able to be seen as the shutter turns black.
If so, since the g2g of the closing shutter is too slow it is slightly open when the other eye is showing the picture, and since it's slightly open and able to see color, the eye is using the color receptor in the eye that's supposed to only use the black and white receptor.
The solution to this is to change the palet of the closing shutter to one bit of color, or monochrome. Then the eye will use the black and white receptor and shut off the color receptor so only the open shutter has color in that eye.