3D Glasses in Poundland for, you guessed it £1
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3D Glasses in Poundland for, you guessed it £1

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Found 5th Feb 2012
Ever wanted to watch things in 3D, but real life was just too much for you? Maybe you cant leave the house or have no friends. Here is the next best thing.

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Price?

BM12

Price?





the cule is in the shop name lo
Edited by: "stuartsdog" 5th Feb 2012

The packaging and design is heavily 'inspired' by the Nvidia Active shutter glasses, but these are passive.

Also, every time I hear someone moan about 3D, I'm reminded of the people who moaned about recorded sound, colour or HD.

That's just over 33p per dimension.

RokkaMan

The packaging and design is heavily 'inspired' by the Nvidia Active … The packaging and design is heavily 'inspired' by the Nvidia Active shutter glasses, but these are passive.Also, every time I hear someone moan about 3D, I'm reminded of the people who moaned about recorded sound, colour or HD.



Wow -- you knew those people?!

pasheast

Wow -- you knew those people?!



No, but recorded history did

RokkaMan

The packaging and design is heavily 'inspired' by the Nvidia Active … The packaging and design is heavily 'inspired' by the Nvidia Active shutter glasses, but these are passive.Also, every time I hear someone moan about 3D, I'm reminded of the people who moaned about recorded sound, colour or HD.



I'm one of those that moan about 3d, can you really see it taking off in the home ? If it could be viewed as 3d without having to wear the Joe90 specs, then maybe,but as far as I can see its a passing fad,but then I could be wrong.

RokkaMan

No, but recorded history did



Recorded history, pah!

richp

I'm one of those that moan about 3d, can you really see it taking off in … I'm one of those that moan about 3d, can you really see it taking off in the home ? If it could be viewed as 3d without having to wear the Joe90 specs, then maybe,but as far as I can see its a passing fad,but then I could be wrong.



3D IMO is far better for gaming than movies, makes the games far more immersive. Saying that if you really can't be assed wearing the glasses, with the 3D monitors at least you get 120FPS in 2D, so it's win win for me.

I also have a 3DTV, has to be said that Jackass 3D (Sky 3D cap) has been watched about ten times now some 3D material is pointless but things like Avatar or even the IMAX 3D documentaries on 3D Bluray show promise. The 2D-3D conversion works about ten times better than I expected it to as well, although I was watching Bad Boys with the TV's 3D conversion, it rendered a head on a computer monitor in 3D so it looked like there was a random small man standing inside the monitor... nearly wet myself laughing rofl

3D gaming is brilliant . it really makes a big difference to the playing experience. films are ok too.

richp

I'm one of those that moan about 3d, can you really see it taking off in … I'm one of those that moan about 3d, can you really see it taking off in the home ? If it could be viewed as 3d without having to wear the Joe90 specs, then maybe,but as far as I can see its a passing fad,but then I could be wrong.



we had a tv in our office about 5 years ago that could do 3d without glasses but whilst 3d depth was really impressive it was impossible to watch for more then 2 mins

Are these compatible with a 51" Samsung PS51D6900 ? Will they work with any 3d tv? Sorry a bit unclear on 3d and what type of glasses to get

Very cold, the same glasses are 75p per pair at the worlds largest rip off establishment, CINEWORLD!!!

And these won't work with most home 3D TVs as they need very expensive battery powered active 3D glasses
Edited by: "tommyomeara" 18th Feb 2012
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