Everyone knows, when you go to see a 3D movie… you don’t do so on your first date! Why? because of the stupid glasses they make you wear. I don’t know who got paid to design them, but I should not have to pay to wear them. The only reason someone should pay for those 3D glasses is because they will laugh like crazy looking at how stupid people look wearing them. Now, television manufacturers want us to wear these ridiculous glasses on our couches! That’s right, didn’t you realize that you need 3D glasses to watch 3D TV!?! Luckily for us, Look3D has a new take on the old fashion of new technology.
With the marketing whooey of television makers and the standardization of HDMI 1.4, we will be seeing more titles released with 3D capabilities. In order to watch them, we need the crappy style glasses or some of these nifty designs.
Look3D Eyewear guarantees that all glasses are made from the finest materials and are fitted with a thicker lens which all meets the highest specification standards set by RealD.
For service, support and warranty information contact Look3D Eyewear.
All glasses are covered by a 6 – 12 month warranty.
Look3D has teamed up with RealD to bring you compatible glasses, however… we don’t know how affordable they will be. Pricing hasn’t been released yet.
We are a leading global licensor of stereoscopic (three-dimensional), or 3D, technologies. Our extensive intellectual property portfolio enables a premium 3D viewing experience in the theater, the home and elsewhere.
We license our RealD Cinema Systems to motion picture exhibitors that show 3D motion pictures and alternative 3D content. We also provide our RealD Format, active and passive eyewear, and display and gaming technologies to consumer electronics manufacturers and content producers and distributors to enable the delivery and viewing of 3D content on high definition televisions, laptops and other displays. Our cutting-edge 3D technologies have been used for applications such as piloting the Mars Rover, heads-up displays for military jets and robotic medical procedures.
I still won’t be buying a pair anytime soon… I personally have no interest in 3D television, that is unless I can fit an IMAX screen in my living room.