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3D glasses go wild

3D television is just around the corner - and so are new 3D glasses that won't make you look stupid.
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By Andy Smith, Contributor on
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3D television is just around the corner - and so are the new 3D glasses that won't make you look stupid. Look3D has developed a quartet of eyewear collections that will have you watching that 3D version of Avatar in style. For more on Look3D read Rachel King's blog.

Look3D anticipates this pair will be a top seller.

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Look 3D didn't divulge the price of their frames and lenses but to give an idea Sony last week revealed that their 3D glasses would cost about $133 with an infrared emitter that would cost around $55. It is anticipated that 1 or 2 pair of glasses with come with the 3D television set.

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This disposable pair of glasses for adults is recommended for no more than 3 viewings.

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This clip-on set is disposable.

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This poly-carbonate is one of the designer pair for women. It has a 6-month warranty and can be expected to last for two years - with good care.

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This black with yellow GT stripe is part of the movie collection.

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Here's a pair for kids from the movie collection.

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Go green with this pair

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This adult pair of the movie collection comes in crystal brown.

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This pair is built with metal frames.

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Blue from the designer collection.

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This black designer pair has a logo on the side.

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Colorful frames for this designer pair.

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This designer girls pair comes in crystal lavender.

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Look like a director with this black pair.

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Tinted - from the director's collection.

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Director's glasses for women.

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This 3D pair was made with hand made acetate - from the director's collection.

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