Cine-Masks?

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  1. MegaScreamtron

    MegaScreamtron Decepticon

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    Does anyone know if they'll be selling this at the movie theaters or at any retailer that sales Transformers, Target, Walmar, etc.??
     
  2. TrueNomadSkies

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    I swear I've seen something like this at Wal-Mart & Zellers. Might have been something else, though.
     
  3. ChldsPlay

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    Wal-Mart has them, I'm sure other places will as well. No idea about theaters.
     
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    Oh, I wondered what these Cine-masks were... thats actually a good idea. I've been to a 3D movie viewing where the kid sitting next to me (not anything to do with me, some random kid with his Dad) who refused to wear the 3D specs.

    It got to a point where he was just being stubborn, he even started complaining that the 'picture was fuzzy' but still REFUSED to put on the glasses.
     
  5. TrueNomadSkies

    TrueNomadSkies Airachnid's ratservant

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    I don't blame the kid. 3D glasses suck ass, and what makes it worse is that those movies are unwatchable without them.
     
  6. ANDROID PRIME

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    I made a pair of 2D glasses. you take two pairs of regular 3D glasses swap the lenses so that you either have two right or two left. When worn you will see complete 2D Images on the screen.
     
  7. chaddi_90

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    wow, that a cool idea. I'm still not sure if I can manage to watch transformers:dotm in 3d because i'm not sure if I can handle it. I have never in my life seen a 3d film in a cinema. hehe maybe I will try do make some 2d glasses:p 
     
  8. firehawc_69

    firehawc_69 cloppers = ignore list

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    Why don't you just go to the 2D showing? I've never seen a 3D film not offered in both 3D and 2D.
     
  9. chaddi_90

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    Yeah I am thing about it but I really want to watch the movie in 3d
     
  10. jorod74

    jorod74 Psycholagnist (Ret.)

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    unless you suffer from motion sickness or vertigo or something, 3D is nothing to fret over.

    at it's finest, it is like an amusement.

    i can't watch this in 3D because i lack stereoscopic vision, so i won't bother with the cine-masks or glasses. i am more focused on a good story, rather than dodging incoming Decepticons, lol.
     
  11. shibamura_prime

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    I picked one up at Wal-mart before seeing Thor, and I have to admit that it is pretty cool watching the movie with it on. Though, I had to switch between the mask and the regular glasses because my head started to hurt. The masks have a Velcro'd elastic band but it's one-size-fits-most for kids. I went to a sporting goods store and bought a replacement diving goggle band and now it fits just fine.
     

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