Circuit board here:
These active shutter 3D glasses work by alternating a shutter lens on and off in sync with the TV and the resulting effect is that 120 Hz refresh are used for left eye, and the other 120 Hz of refresh are used for the right eye, which produces the 3D effect.
Black Ops. 2 offers a mode when playing split screen with a friend to use "dual play". Dual play is a passive 3D technology uses the opposite polarized lines on the screen to work. These new sets come with "dual play" glasses which is essentially a dual left eye pair and a dual right eye pair so that player one and player two each get a 2D full screen.
My TV allows me to place the 3D mode in to "top and bottom" mode and when I do this mode after activating "dual play" in the game, it works on my active 3D TV perfectly, however the problem is the glasses are alternating instead of giving both of my eyes left and both my buddies eyes' the right POV.
We could play this way, if I kept my left eye closed and he kept his right I closed the whole time but that is actually harder than it sounds.
So after doing a ton of research the most cost effective way to achieve what I want to do is to rewire two pairs of these glasses to give me both left or both right instead of alternating.
I've already taken a set of shades apart. The main circuit board sits right there in the bridge of the nose, the right lens is on the right and the left is on the left. As you can see the very top right corner has to connections and the top left corner has two connections. These are the connections that connect to the lens' that tell it when to flash its shutter.
I understand what I need to do, is to make this pair a LEFT LEFT pair, I would have to disconnect the right lens and then run a wire to the left side but IN PARALLEL - apparently series will not work for this.
I will get a voltage meter tomorrow so I can figure out which one is positive and which one is negative, but lets just say for example the outermost pins are the negative, and the inner most pins are the positives. How would I run the wire so as to keep the circuit parallel?
Does this sound like it will work?