Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by RebelMan, Apr 20, 2011.
That is actually pretty clever, nice use of polarisation.
I can see why they might be good, especially if the movies 3D is not good
This feels redundant for some reason.
Wonderful, let's create glasses for those who don't want to put up with those silly glasses.
or, in my case, where 3D movies give me massive headaches. I would love for a pair of these if there's no 2D option for movies at the time.
now to make 3d glasses for 2d movies...
Pay for 3D, but put on glasses to not experience 3D. Genius.
Interesting idea, but if I have to wear a second pair of glasses over top of my regular ones just to watch a movie, I'm going for the 3D option. Especially since the price would be the same for both options. Regular 2D should ALWAYS be an option when going to see a movie, as far as I'm concerned anyways.
It would be better if you just payed less and watched the 2D to start with. I can see this being useful though. My daughter says the 3D gives her a headache. So we can see the same movie and she won't have to watch it blurry.
Separate names with a comma.