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Dr Vivek Nityananda, sensory biologist at Newcastle University, said: "When this system failed we looked at the old-style 3D glasses with red and blue lenses.
We are working to fulfill the same demand and here we come with yet another quality rich product line of 3D glasses.
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It is likely that the two sectors will increasingly overlap as consumer usage of 3D at home and in theaters grows and as consumers want to use their own 3D glasses rather than disposable or borrowed varieties.
The passive 3D glasses offer an enthralling viewing experience as they ensure that the light from each eye is blocked, creating the illusion of depth.
Wearing 3D glasses at certain points throughout the show enables the audience to rub the magic lamp as it appears in front of their noses, summoning the magical genie from his lamp and joining Aladdin on a superb magic carpet ride.
The videogame industry has had as tough of a time getting players to slip on a pair of 3D glasses as the rest of the electronics biz.
Ltd, Sony Corporation and X6D Limited (XPAND 3D) today announced that the licensing program of "Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative" an industry-wide initiative to standardize 3D active shutter glasses for consumers, has recently begun.
Toshiba will start selling its first glasses-free 3D laptop later this month for US$1,699 to free viewers from the awkwardness of wearing 3D glasses to view multimedia content, the company said yesterday.
Greater comfort for the eyes, comfortable 3D glasses, brighter 3D picture, flexible viewing positions and wide viewing angle.
London, May 14 (ANI): Recently released photographs shown in a BBC documentary 'Operation Crossbow' have revealed how 3D glasses like those in modern cinemas helped British intelligence saved the country from Nazi's deadly missiles.