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3D Gucci Glasses, for those with a taste for fashion

by Julia
November 1, 2010 at 2:51 pm

We all know that 3D glasses leave much to be desired from an aesthetic point of view, but Gucci fashion designer has now realized the huge almost unexploited potential that this market of 3D equipment has.

Perhaps attracted by the huge sums of money that technology enthusiasts are willing to pay to be in step with the latest fashion, Gucci will launch the first 3D glasses this December, based on a very popular unisex design from the late ‘80s: an aviation-inspired model.

The 3D Gucci glasses benefit from circular polarizing lens, optically correct and compatible with cinema systems based on Real D technology. Thanks to the multilayer reflective finish these glasses promise a better perception of contrast, while allowing the passing of no less than 98% of the visible light to avoid the unwanted shading effect characteristic to ordinary 3D glasses.

Those who want to watch movies in 3D and look good at the same time will have to shell out no less than 225 dollars.

Image source: gizmodo.com

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