If you swivel your head ("rotate your owl") you can see the double polarization shift from dark to light.
For instance if two people are both wearing polarized sunglasses you can see their eyes in one orientation, and dark looking lenses in another.
Also some car windows seem to have a checkerboard of horizontal and vertical patches apparently due to the tempering process.
If you are wearing sunglasses and you notice a car (particulary factory tinted rear hatchback windows) that looks like a checkboard of light and dark, try viewing it without the sunglasses...
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Last edited by TEG; 04-22-2012 at 09:44 AM.
Someone a few months ago tested the Model S with his polarized sunglasses on, and he didn't report any problems with visibility on the displays.
That's good to know. My iPad is impossible to view while wearing polarized sunglasses.
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