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# 105431 4-Jul-2012 12:37
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Has anyone tried some of the alternative RealD compatible glasses for 3D movies at the Cinema?

There seems to quite a range around now. Although fairly pricey from what I've seen.

I'm not sold on 3D movies, but wonder how big a part of that is the uncomfortable standard RealD glasses!

Avatar I found very involving in 3D. Prometheus had impressive 3D in places, but I wasn't nearly as involved - could just be the fairly average storyline... But I was easily distracted adjusting glasses and by the light coming in around the frames of the glasses... would comfortable wraparound glasses be more immersive..?

I've seen a couple of other 3D movies, and either the 3D was gimmicky or plain sucked. But where it's well conceived it'd be nice to get the best of it, comfortably!

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  # 650645 4-Jul-2012 14:30
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Prepare for your wallet to be violated though! :-)

http://au.oakley.com/products/6629/24783




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  # 650667 4-Jul-2012 15:05
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Ah yes, seen the Oakley ones. Silly money indeed. Tried them..? Smile

"MicroVision Optical 3D" do a decent range at a much more sensible US$35 - but I'm still not going to waste US$35 if they are just 'vanity in the dark'...

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