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3-D Glasses

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3-D Glasses
Manufacturer: Sega
Type: Display device
Made for: Sega Master System
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Master System
JP
¥6,000[1] ?
Sega Master System
US
$49.95[2] 3073
Sega Master System
UK
£39.95[4][5] MK-3073-50
Sega Master System
FR
?F MK-3073-50
Sega Master System
DE
DM ? MK-3073-50
Sega Master System
ES
?Ptas MK-3073-50
Sega Master System
BR
R$500.00 ?
Sega Master System
AR
$? ?
Sega Master System
KR
₩? ?



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3-D Glasses (セガ3-Dグラス), also known as SegaScope 3-D Glasses, Óculos 3D in Brazil and Anteojos 3D in Argentina is a Sega Master System peripheral which creates the illusion of three-dimensional graphics in certain video games. They were invented by Mark Cerny of Marble Madness fame[7].

Hardware

The 3-D Glasses use a shutter system to close the left and right lens rapidly to create a 3D effect. The Master System glasses can only be used in the original Master System, since it hooks up directly to the card port not found in the Master System II (US/EU model). Such a system allows 3-D graphics in full color. A disadvantage is that it halves the effective frame-rate, which some users can perceive as flicker. It also tends not to work with non-CRT-based televisions.

Compatibility

History

The Glasses were released in the UK in October 1987 at a price of £39.95,[4] with the North American release in the same year. The 3-D Glasses were also released in Japan in November 1987 (initially bundled with Zaxxon 3D) and both Brazil and South Korea in 1989.

Versions

Localised names

Also known as
Language Localised Name English Translation
English The Sega 3-D Glasses The Sega 3-D Glasses
English (US) The Sega 3-D Glasses The Sega 3-D Glasses
Japanese セガ3-Dグラス The Sega 3-D Glasses
Spanish (Argentina) Anteojos 3D
Portuguese (Brazil) Óculos 3D
Korean Sega 3-D Glasses

Magazine articles

Main article: 3-D Glasses/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

CVG UK 090.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Computer & Video Games (UK) #90: "April 1989" (1989-03-16)
also published in:

Physical scans

Master System, US
3DGlasses US backcover.jpgNospine-small.pngSms 3dglasses box.jpg
Cover
Master System, EU
3DGlasses EU backcover.jpgNospine-small.png3DGlasses SMS Box Front Alt.jpg
Cover
Master System, JP
3-D Glasses JP Box Top.jpg
3-D Glasses JP Box Spine1.jpgSms 3dglasses jpbox.jpg3-D Glasses JP Box Spine2.jpg
3-D Glasses JP Box Bottom.jpg
Cover
3-D Glasses JP Manual.pdf
Manual
Master System, JP (Zaxxon 3D bundle)
3-D Glasses JP Zaxxon Box Bottom.jpg3-D Glasses JP Zaxxon Box Spine.jpg3-D Glasses JP Zaxxon Box Top.jpg
Cover
Master System, KR
3DGlasses SMS KR Box Front.jpg
Cover
Master System, BR
3DGlasses SMS BR Box Back.jpgNospine-small.png3DGlasses SMS BR Box Front.jpg
Cover
Master System, AR
3DGlasses SMS AR Box Back.jpgNospine-small.png3DGlasses SMS AR Box Front.jpg
Cover

External links

References


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