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    Looking cool while playing games ....3D GAming Glasses

    Glasses Info:

    Optical Quality Lens Materials
    The result: The highest levels of detail, resolution, and clarity possible without distortion caused by warping and internal stress found in traditional 3D eyewear.
    Controlled Curvature Geometry
    The result: Full field-of-view, panoramic 3D effects. In comparison, competitor’s lenses offer limited 3D perception for scenery and objects that fall outside the central portion of the lens, due to peripheral polarization distortion.
    Near Perfect (99+%) Polarization Efficiency
    The result: The lowest amount of "crosstalk" or ghosting from one eye to the other. Increases reality of imagery and eliminates visual and physical discomfort experienced with inferior quality lenses.
    Optimized Light Transmission
    The result: More vibrant, rich colors are allowed to pass through the lens to the eye for a brighter, more detail-filled viewing experience.
    Precision Manufacturing
    The result: For the utmost control of quality and performance, GUNNAR custom forms, machines, and fits each lens to the frame using ultra-precise ophthalmic equipment rather than the traditional cookie-cutter stamping process designed for cheap, mass production.
    True Color 3Density™
    The result: Colors that are accurate to the original film creator’s intent. For distortion free color perception, no additional tints are used that influence chroma or hue.
    Maximized Contrast Ratio
    The result: Intense darks and vivid brights are richly perceived without the damping effect normally found in mid to low quality 3D eyewear.
    Optical Quality Lens Materials
    The result: The highest levels of detail, resolution, and clarity possible without distortion caused by warping and internal stress found in traditional 3D eyewear.
    Controlled Curvature Geometry
    The result: Full field-of-view, panoramic 3D effects. In comparison, competitor’s lenses offer limited 3D perception for scenery and objects that fall outside the central portion of the lens, due to peripheral polarization distortion.
    Precision Manufacturing
    The result: For the utmost control of quality and performance, GUNNAR custom forms, machines, and fits each lens to the frame on ultra-precise ophthalmic equipment rather than the traditional cookie-cutter stamping process designed for cheap, mass production.
    Near Perfect (99+%) Polarization Efficiency
    The result: The lowest amount of "crosstalk" or ghosting from one eye to the other. Increases reality of imagery and eliminates visual and physical discomfort experienced with inferior quality lenses.
    Optimized Light Transmission
    The result: More vibrant, rich colors are allowed to pass through the lens to the eye for a brighter, more detail-filled viewing experience.
    True Color 3Density
    The result: Colors that are accurate to the original film creator’s intent. For distortion free color perception, no additional tints are used that influence chroma or hue.
    Maximized Contrast Ratio
    The result: Intense darks and vivid brights are richly perceived without the damping effect normally found in mid to low quality 3D eyewear.







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    Source:Recommended 3D Glasses For 3D Gaming - Meodia

    they should sell terminator game with it....

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    Yeah,I think "shoot em up" games will probably be the first 3D games to come out.



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