Different color light acting on red acrylic glasses. Watch till the end!


Different color light acting on red acrylic glasses. Watch till the end!


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  1. I didn’t have time to make it to the end, can anyone explain what happens? I’m in a bit of a rush this morning because my car wouldn’t start and my alarm didn’t go off, so I can’t sit through the entire thing but would love to know what eventually transpires. The beginning seemed really promising.

  2. Fun fact, in the army we often use red lights at night to avoid any bright light giving away our position. It’s all fun and games until someone writes the watch list with a red pen and you throw away what seemed to be a blank piece of paper.

  3. Due to the LED RGD light, Green is only comprised of Green, and no red, so the glasses look dark/tinted in the green (Blue too). Once the light turns to red, the polarizing effect is minimized and the sunglasses become transparent!

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