My Polaroid sunglasses distort the colors on the display. How do I fix this? NUVIZ Support July 16, 2017 23:00 Updated Follow This is a known issue with polarized glasses and some visor types. If possible, use another type of sunglasses or visor. Related articles I have a problem with my NUVIZ and I can not find the solution from the user guide or FAQ's. What should I do? I have paired my Bluetooth headset with my NUVIZ successfully, but it does not seem to work: I cannot hear anything. Why is this? Comments 1 comment Sort by Date Votes James D. Howard June 14, 2017 20:42 This becomes a significant problem if/when the Polarization causes some of the displayed info to be - essentially - invisible. Other display systems get around this by allowing software control of displayed colors; with some tweaking, the colors can look almost "normal" when viewed thru polarized glasses. NuViz could investigate this as an optional adjustment; it is just color-map software. Note: there is one kind of polarization darkening that CANNOT be fixed. If the polarization axis of the NuViz LCD display is perpendicular to that of the glasses, you get "darkness" that cannot be fixed. I do not know how to predict this: different manufacturers of polarized glasses use somewhat different polarization axes. Note #2: This begs the question of color-map customization for color-blind people. Very important, not hard to do in software. A good proportion of males are red-green colorblind or similar! 0 Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.