Two Norwegian twins have started a war against the ugly generic 3D glasses we are given at the cinema when going to watch a 3D movie. From the first time they went to see a 3D movie they knew that there had to be a market for designer 3D glasses that would work for 3D cinemas and televisions also.
I remember my first experience with 3D glasses, I was going to watch Avatar 3D and saw this huge box of glasses next to the cinema entrance. I remember how everyone was taking pictures of each other in the lobby while waiting for the doors to open, I don’t think they took these pictures because the glasses looked good, they did this because the black 3D glasses looked totally goofy. Kine and Einy Paulsen (the founders of Ingri:Dahl) noticed this as well, they just took it further than I would have ever thought of. They are now designing and producing 3D glasses, they already have a collection available on their website, but now they are looking to expand with a new collection and therefore they are using Kickstarter to raise $10,000 to start the production of the new generation Ingri:Dahl 3D glasses.
According to their Kickstarter page the new generation glasses will work in all cinemas world-wide but also on a number of 3D television brands, such as LG, JVC and Vizio.
If you would like to help “kickstart” their collection and thereby receive a paid of 3D glasses from their first shipment, all it costs is a $20 pledge, for that you will get a pair of the designer 3D glasses. For an $18 pledge you can get the clip-on model for your existing prescription glasses. The retail price once launched will be $35, so a saving can be had by making this pre-order.