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3D glasses get makeover

Look3D to design RealD 3D eyewear

Love 3D movies but hate the way you look in the glasses? The problem is solved. Specialist eyeware company Look3D and 3D cinema technology house RealD inked a licensing agreement Oct. 28 for Look3D to design, manufacture and distribute RealD 3D certified premium eyewear. Glasses for adults and children will go on sale in December at theaters and online. RealD is also in the process of rolling out free 3D glasses for kids at theaters. The company will produce themed glasses tied in to various 3D releases — will that mean fans of deadly fish can snap up “Piranha 3-D” specs?

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