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Polarized film 19 Apr 2014 20:55 #6131

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ok I see :) then I guess you need a hand by the sellers here ;)
good luck :mario1: :mario1: :mario1:

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Right :)

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Candy for the sellers:

pica-pic.com/

:D :D :D

Polarized film 19 Apr 2014 22:02 #6134

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Guys,

I've found at home a piece of film that seems to be polarized. I've replaced it and I think it's too dark but also, and most important is that the graphics are like white or negative. Instead of black, they are like white.

Help please!!

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try to turn it, polarizers only work proper in one way, hope it helps
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Polarized film 20 Apr 2014 21:42 #6143

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Hi Idarwin,

I sent you a private message a few days ago.
As gameandwatch already said, you should turn the film around or rotate it to find the correct polarization angle for your game.
Any linear polarizer should work (circular polarizers do not), as long as you cut it so that the polarization angle is corrctly aligned. (Just turn it to find the angle at which the contrast between the sprites and the background is optimal.) I use the lightest polarizer I can find. Indeed many are quite dark. I order mine from 3dlens.com, but sadly the best one has been out of stock for a while now.
If you cannot use eBay, I can sell you some polarizers directly if you want. Just send me a PM to let me know.

KInd regards,
Chris
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