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    3D Glasses from?

    long story but I'm on a short time frame here, just realised I cant find mine (I have no doubt that the misus has thrown them away after letting the little one get a hold of them)

    I have a presentation this week so I need a shop that sells them rather than online.

    Anyone???

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    You could always rent a 3D DVD / Blu Ray from Blockbuster - got 4 pairs with one for the kids the other night :thumbsup:

    They might have cartoon characters on though....don't know if it'd go down well in your presentation :lol:

    can you not get them with a cinema ticket? i saw bolt in 3d and got some.
    could buy a load of cinema tickets!?

    I think you might get these somewere like Wilkinsons/The Works/WH Smiths

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    midlandscomics;4601912

    You could always rent a 3D DVD / Blu Ray from Blockbuster - got 4 pairs … You could always rent a 3D DVD / Blu Ray from Blockbuster - got 4 pairs with one for the kids the other night :thumbsup:They might have cartoon characters on though....don't know if it'd go down well in your presentation :lol:



    doesnt really matter, I think they'll be more impressed with the wow factor and have their eyes opened buy the fact they are under using a v expensive application by some considerable amount.

    You mean anaglyph (two colour) glasses?

    It's not as simple as that, since there are different standards and of course, different colours.

    the ones i got at the cinema wenrt the two colours ones. look like kids sunglasses.

    landofdan;4601987

    the ones i got at the cinema wenrt the two colours ones. look like kids … the ones i got at the cinema wenrt the two colours ones. look like kids sunglasses.



    Yep, they'll be the polarised ones used for 2 layer 3D effects

    en.wikipedia.org/wik…ema

    seen some on fleabay for 22 quid (few months ago) they only work with nvideo cards (need to research this to see if your card will work first) also need a TV of at least 100 Hertz and polerises the screen and at 100herts will get 50 herts from each image
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