Nvidia Will End Support for Its 3D Glasses, an Incredible Technology You Definitely Use

Remember back when 3D TVs, movies, live sporting events, and glasses were a thing? Yeah, well, Nvidia realises you don’t either, and as a result, it’s pulling support for 3D Vision, its platform for gaming with 3D glasses. Read More >>

EX3D Show Off Stylish 3D Gaming Glasses That Also Rock Out With Black Ops II

Most 3D glasses nowadays either make you look like a hipster or a mental patient. But one of EX3D's latest announcements at IFA look like an entirely different breed, in fact they look very similar to a pair of designer sunglasses -- in fact, they also function as a pair of designer sunglasses too. Read More >>

Glasses-Free 3D Movies Might Make 3D Movies Slightly Less Terrible Soon

Glasses-free 3D: eventually someone is going to get this right, and researchers in South Korea are well on their way, which means eventually we might be able to go to a 3D movie without having to wear those dorky, uncomfortable glasses. Read More >>

The Hobbit 3D Glasses You’d Pay Extra Not To Wear

Peter Jackson's decision to shoot The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey at 48 fps and in 3D raised a lot of eyebrows among Lord Of the Rings fans. But not the Tolkien marketing machine who saw an opportunity to cook up these tacky Hobbit-themed 3D glasses for the film's release. Read More >>

Vladimir Putin Will Make 3D Popular Whether You Like It or Not

Back in 2010, Vladimir Putin wasn't very happy about the prospect of wearing 3D glasses. But now he's donned a pair to watch a commemorative film of Yuri Gagarin's first human space flight, he looks pretty bad-ass in them. [Boing Boing] Read More >>

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Peelable Polarised Lenses Turn Any Specs Into 3D Glasses

3D movies particularly suck for people who already wear glasses since it means they have to wear two pairs while at the theater. That, or spend the next two hours squinting at the action on screen. Read More >>

The Best Looking 3D Glasses Are From a Company You’ve Never Heard Of

If you're lucky enough to get a pair of 3D glasses with your fancy new 3D TV, chances are good that they're hideous. So this year, I decided to scour CES for 3D specs that weren't embarrassingly awful. And I found them, in a place I never would have expected. Read More >>

These Clip-On 3D Glasses Should Not Excite Me as Much as They Do

On one hand, LG's Clip-On 3D glasses will leave you looking like a senior citizen, a pro baseball player, or Dwayne Wayne from A Different World (take your pick). On the other, it beats wearing two pairs of glasses. Read More >>