Q1: What kind of technology is 3D?

Special images and videos, intended to generate a three-dimensional impact and depth, are projected onto a solitary screen or display. These visuals are divided into two categories: those intended for the left eye and those intended for the right eye. More precisely, in the context of anaglyph 3D, contrasting colored lenses are employed for the left and right eyes, whereas polarized 3D employs lenses with differing polarization attributes for each eye.

Q2: How does 3D eyewear work?

We utilize specialized 3D eyewear tailored to each distinct 3D technology, not because of the display itself, but because of the variations in the projected image caused by the specific 3D technology employed. Given the multitude of 3D methods available, the corresponding eyewear varies accordingly. Please check for yourself what type of eyewear you need.

Q3: What kind of display will the 3D eyewear be used with?

"Polarization 3D" involves a 3D imaging system that applies the principle of "polarization," where light alignment is channeled through a specialized filter called the polarizing filter. Unlike colored lenses, "Polarized 3D" presents vibrant color images with depth, offering an immersive and lifelike viewing experience. Various "Polarized 3D" methods exist, each requiring specific eyewear for optimal viewing. When choosing “Polarized 3D Eyewear”, please check for yourself what type of “Polarized 3D Eyewear” is required.

Q4: What is polarized 3D?

"Polarization 3D" refers to a 3D image system that applies the principle of "polarization". "Polarization" refers to the state or state of aligning light that oscillates in all directions into light that oscillates in only one direction using a special filter called a polarizing filter. "Polarized 3D" does not use colored lenses, so it can display color images with a three-dimensional effect and depth, so you want to provide an immersive and realistic viewing experience. used in There are many methods of “Polarized 3D”, and the eyewear for viewing 3D images is also different. When choosing "Polarized 3D Eyewear", please check for yourself what type of "Polarized 3D Eyewear" is required.

Q5: What is the difference between the linear polarization method and the circular polarization method?

Manufactured within our factories located in Zhuhai, Guangdong, China, and Tijuana, Mexico, our products benefit from being crafted by a Japanese manufacturer. This direct oversight ensures not only quality but also great customer support, allowing you to have confidence in your choice.

Q6: Where are Santek 3D eyewear produced?

It is produced in our own factories in Zhuhai, Guangdong, China and Tijuana, Mexico. Since it is a Japanese manufacturer that produces in its own factory, you can rest assured of quality and customer support.

Q7: Is it possible to place bulk orders?

Is possible. For orders of 100 or more eyewear, please contact us from "Quotation/Custom Inquiries" at the top of the screen. We also accept requests for quotations.

Q8: Can I purchase 3D eyewear that is not on your website?

Some eyewear can also have customized frames. Please inquire from "Quotation/Custom Inquiries" at the top of the screen.