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LG 2012 3D glasses
LG reveals new 3D glasses

27 Dec 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

LG has revealed new passive 3D glasses that will be available with the 2012 Cinema 3D TVs. The standard variant is lighter and LG is also introducing new clip-on lenses and a pair designed by Alain Mikli.

LG's new 3D glasses

LG has already released details on their 2012 TVs and LG now reveals their new 3D glasses in three different variants.

LGs new 3D glasses
LG’s new 3D glasses

The model to the right is the standard version (F310) that comes bundled with LG's Cinema 3DTVs. It weighs just 13.5 grams; 20 % less compared to the current version. The one in the middle (F360) has been designed by Alain Mikli and double as sunglasses. The variant to the left is a clip-on edition (F320) for people wearing real glasses. The clip-op version weighs only 5.5 grams. Color variants will be available, too.

LGs new 3D glasses
LG’s new 3D glasses

All three models are so-called passive 3D glasses made for LG’s Cinema 3DTVs but they also work in movie theatres. LG’s new 3D glasses will be exhibited at CES 2012 in Las Vegas and will be available in stores from early 2012.

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