Originally Posted by motorman45
there is a lack of red in UHP lamps and this can cause small issues with red balance in a filtering system like ours. xenon is far better. sorry the images are not better but it shows the issue mostly. they both do not have as much red as they do green or blue but the xenon is better in that it is not dominant with green and violet like the UHP
Yep, I am running your filters with two Panasonic AE3000 and the experience is brighter than Dolby filters but I would like to make left/right images even more coherent getting the saturated reds right and some other areas as in very dark and very bright pictures. What I need is a DIY guide with testpatterns to help me se all the colors areas where most differences can arise.
Since you, the creator of the filters, know alot of science behind this; would it be possible for you to create a set of Omega Optical 3D test patterns for exactly this purpose?
I think it would add value to your product even though you market it as not needing color correction. An untrained eye might not need color correction but as people use differently aged projectors, lamps, UHP lamps and even different projectors for cost reasons it would be nice to have. 1080p SBS format would be the best.
In any case, calibrating the two projectors exactly the same is always needed and if one is off even a little bit some scenes become problematic like very dark movies in caves and such where one projector might come to total black sooner than the other and bright skies where all the bright tones must be equally balanced.
But one thing is for sure, there is absolutely no ghosting and plenty of brightness.
Scenes with visible red problems (at least in my setup):
How to train your dragon (inside the dragon cave)
Despicable me (Gru visits the Evil Bank)
Cars 2 (Most red cars in the movie and some neon lights)