Tired of wearing those same-ole, same-ole 3D glasses at the movie theater? You're not alone. There's nothing like a hundred Wayfarer-wearing zombies to make you crave individuality.
Marchon Eyewear (a licensed manufacturer of glasses for brands such as Coach, Fendi, Michael Kors, and others) debuted a new sub-brand of passive 3D glasses called EX3D this week at the CeBit tech fair in Hannover, Germany.
The curved, scratch-resistant lenses offer full UV protection, and the glasses minimize peripheral light intrusion with a variety of wraparound designs. Passive 3D glasses usually have open sides, which can make nearby ambient light a big distraction. The EX3D glasses come in 25 styles; their above-average design makes these shades craveworthy, as does the very reasonable price of $35. … Read more