Hate 3D Movies? Try Using New 2D Glasses

Hate 3D Movies? Try Using New 2D Glasses
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With more and more movies being screened only in 3D, there are shrinking options for the movie fan who finds 3D a big headache.

John Ryan
  • 20 april 2011

With more and more movies being screened only in 3D, there are shrinking options for the movie fan who finds 3D a big headache. New company 2D Glasses offers a solution by enabling the wearer to view a 3D movie as a flat 2D image. 3D glasses work by blocking one of the double 2D images projected on the screen in each eye, the ultimate 3D image being synthesized in the brain. 2D Glasses work by blocking the same 2D image in both eyes, so the viewer sees only a 2D image with no added depth perception.

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