Polaroid Eyewear Displays New 3D Collection

Polaroid Eyewear, a leading company in optics and lens technology, has unveiled its newest 3D technology Eyewear at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

The Polaroid Premium 3D Vision collection offers a choice of exclusive, stylish frames that use passive circular-polarized 3D technology. The high quality glasses are curved to provide high contrast vision across the surface of the lens, providing a picture-perfect 3D experience.

Along with an extended field of vision, all Polaroid premium 3D lenses are made with thermofusion technology for distortion-free viewing and full UV protection.

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The Polaroid Professional 3D collection was designed for professional and extended use. The frames are made of the ultra-light TR90 material for wearing comfort. The lenses of these frames are equipped with coatings which improve the 3D viewing experience even further.

In addition, the Professional 3D Eyewear collection offers two frames with interchangeable lenses. Each style is equipped with a pair of 3D and a pair of sunglasses lenses which can be exchanged easily.

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The Polaroid Dual Gaming glasses collection uses the circular polarized technology to provide gamers engaged in multiplayer game play – typically viewed as a split screen on a single television set – the ability to see their individual game play on the full screen.

Using 3D television technology, a separate set of images is sent from the TV to each player wearing the glasses, giving the appearance of a single screen. The lightweight glasses are said to be useful for 3D professionals, producers and gamers that spend long hours in front of the television screen.

The Polaroid Premium 3D Vision, the Polaroid Professional 3D Vision and the Polaroid Dual Gaming Glasses collections are available for demonstration in the Las Vegas Convention Center’s Central Hall, Jan. 10-13, 2012.

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Rakesh Raman