I’m sure most of you will know by now how ridiculous people look with cinema-provided 3D glasses during 3D movie screenings. Well, a pair of Norwegian twins decided to put their feet down and come up with an answer to the question, “Why do 3D glasses have to be so ugly?”
Kine and Einy Paulsen have launched the Ingri:Dahl “James” 3D glasses. These designer 3D glasses are designed to be fashionable as well as functional, letting movie-goers feel much better about not looking like clowns when watching 3D movies in the cinema.
Compatible with all RealID theaters (that means over 15,000 compatible theaters worldwide), users shouldn’t have trouble finding a cinema where these designer glasses work. They are also compatible with the latest 3DTVs from LG, Vizio, Toshiba and JVC, so your fashionable glasses can be used at home as well as in the cinema.
Other benefits include not having to use glasses that someone else has used before, preventing the contraction of harmful bacteria, or just being handed a pair of damaged glasses. Now I’m sure half the people in the theaters couldn’t care less about how their glasses look, but for folks who do care – they’ll be pleased to know they soon can. The Ingri:Dahl is available now for $29.50 a pair. Find out more.
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