By : Clara Vision
- Brand Name: Clara Vision
- Compatible Device: No
- All-in-one Virtual Reality Glasses: No
- Sensor Type: Passive 3D Glasses
- Type: None
- Viewing Experience: Non-Immersive
- Controllers: No
- Display Number: None
- 3D Glasses Type: Polarized
- Gesture Recognition: No
- Real-time Map Construction: No
- Base Stations: No
- Camera: No
- Ports: Metal /PC Plastic Frame
- Wireless network Type: Big frame can fit over your prescription glasses
- FOR: These glasses can be use over and over again
- Type: CINEMA 3D GLASSES
- Plastic 3D Glasses Type: Passive Circular
- Passive Circular Polarized 3d Glasses: Real D Cinemas Glasses
- Lens available: Circular Real D 3d polarized Lens
- Lenses thickness: 0.7mm Anti-scrath Lens
- Hard Plastic 3D Glasses Reusable: Support
- Feature: Works All passive 3D Television
- Premium Adult Passive 3D Glasses: Perfect for Adult of all ages
HIGH QUALITY: Our 3D glasses are made from only the highest quality material, They are super light weight and strong. The lenses are 1.4mm thick and are not flimsy. Use these 3D glasses over and over again.
TV & CINEMA VERSATILE COMPATIBILITY: These adult sized 3D glasses work with a wide variety of passive 3D televisions, including LG, SONY, Samsung, Vizio, Philips, Panasonic, JVC and so many more.
CONVENIENT: These 3D glasses are circular polarized and will therefore work with all passive 3D TV’s and RealD 3D cinemas/theaters (not IMAX). Bring them along anywhere you can use them.
ENHANCED 3D IMAGERY: Boating passive circular polarized 3D lenses, our movie glasses offer a more crisp, immersive experience while watching your favorite ultra-high definition 3D movies.
IMPORTANT COMPATIBILITY MESSAGE: These 3D glasses are *not* compatible with Active 3D / Shutter 3D Systems and projectors. Before purchasing this set, we strongly recommend to first verify which technology your TV uses: passive or active. If the 3D glasses that came with the TV use batteries, then it’s an active TV set and these 3D glasses will not work. Alternatively, check the TV’s manual/search for your TV’s brand/model online and verify if the TV uses the passive 3D system.