Now you’ll be able to watch Episode VII in style, thanks to these Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ 3D Glasses. Check it out. RealD has unveiled a series of collectible 3D glasses for the new Star Wars flick and they look pretty cool.
Marvel Studios and Real3D have announced a limited edition run of 3D glasses that are based on characters from Avengers: Age of Ultron. There are seven pairs in all. The line is missing Hawkeye, Quicksilver, and Scarlet Witch, but the rest are all here.
If you have a cache of LEGO, you can skip Google’s Cardboard VR headset and do what Redditor lordrothschild did. Just add a couple of lenses from magnifying glasses and a cloth strap and you’re ready to go.
I’ve yet to see a movie that looks significantly better on 3D, but another reason why I’m not willing to pay to watch a 3D movie is because I wear prescription glasses. Not only do I look stupid wearing two pairs of glasses, the 3D glasses fall off of my face every 30 seconds.
If there is a particularly hot place in hell set aside for ugly, these new Dolby 3D glasses will be right there beside the Yugo. Dolby has announced that it has some new reusable 3D glasses for theaters to give moviegoers rather than the disposable glasses that they use now in most places.
We all are among friends here, so I am going to tell you the truth about 3D TV. I think 3D TV makers are douchebags. Yep, the only reason we have active glasses in the first place is that they wanted to be able to use the glasses as a cost center and charge us an arm and a left testicle for them.
I don’t know about you guys but I’m no fan of 3D movies. At best they’re distracting, and at worst they give me headaches. Fortunately, the folks at Tested have figured out a pretty simple way of watching 3D movies in glorious 2D, although you might not want to follow the first step of their how-to, which is “steal two pairs of 3D glasses from a theater”.