If you’ve made the investment in a 3D HDTV or frequent 3D movies at the theater, think about ponying up for a pair of quality 3D glasses. EX3D Eyewear makes 3D glasses with advanced polarized curved lenses for a better 3D viewing experience. Equally as important, they are much more comfortable to wear than the theater freebies and cause less strain on your eyes – making them ideal for long use. The line from EX3D ranges from casual to designer styles and they also have clip-0n & prescription options. Starting at $35.
Toshiba just announced a new line of 3D TV’s. What makes theirs stand out from the crowd is that they don’t require any funky glasses. The “perpendicular lenticular sheet” shoots light in nine different directions, creating a full 3D effect when watching within the “viewing zone” (it won’t work at all distances and angles). The technology is similar to that of the Nintendo 3DS, but will cost significantly more. A 20″ “naked-eye” 3D TV – designed for personal use – will run about $1,400.
3D movies have been all the rage lately and now they are making their way into your home. Combined with a 3D Blu-ray player and 3D glasses, the Samsung 55″ 3D LED TV will create the ultimate visual experience. Only an inch thick, this TV packs a 240hz processor and a 6,000,000:1 (that’s really high) Contrast Ratio for your viewing pleasure. The TV will even convert a 2D picture to 3D with the flick of a button. Samsung also gives a more interactive experience through your TV with various video, social networking, gaming, and news/information apps. Suggest retail price – $3,299
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