Gunnar Optiks wants to sell you $100 3D eyewear
By Ben Kuchera
The last time we took a look at a pair of Gunnar glasses, ones designed to ease eye strain when playing games or looking at a computer screen for long periods of time, the results were somewhat controversial in the comments. The company has just sent us another set of glasses to review, and this time the product is even more niche: higher quality 3D glasses.
These are passive 3D glasses, compatible with the RealD technology used in theme parks and movie theaters, so if you’re in the market for a TV that uses active glasses technology, you’re out of luck here.
Like all 3D glasses, they’re not cheap, costing between $100 and $200 depending on style and options. That being said, I carried my pair around E3—which is a 3D-rich environment—and have used them extensively in the past few weeks. They’re easy to fall in love with.
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