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Oskav, a new Brand for Designer Passive 3D Cinema Glasses

January 25th, 2012 · 1 Comment · General 3D News

Oskav is the name of a new UK-based brand specialized in making passive 3D movie glasses with style and at an affordable price. The Oskav 3D designer glasses offer the perfect combination of classic style, sunglasses-quality frames and high density circular polarized lenses at a price that everyone can easily afford (£19.99 UK pounds or about $31 USD). Currently there are three different models available with worldwide shipping (free shipping in UK) that are intended for use by adults, but a specially designed range for children is also expected to be released soon. The designer 3D movie glasses made by Oskav are intended to be used in movie theaters using RealD 3D projection technology, but they are also compatible with a lot of passive 3D-capable HDTVs and could also work with some passive 3D computer monitors as well…

I’ve already mentioned here that I like more the classic designs for 3D glasses and the Oskav 3D glasses’ style is just ideal for every one else with such preferences, but it is not all about the design. The passive 3D glasses made by Oskav have very good technical specifications as well that ensure optimum quality. The use of thicker polarizing filters with 10 composite layers constructing each of the lenses means that you get no image distortion and the lenses are more durable. The optical characteristics of the lenses have been optimized to better light transmittance and to minimize the negative effects such as crosstalk, so that you can get the best experience watching 3D movies. And you can also soon expect a review of the Oskav 3D glasses…

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  • 1 Greg Gilbert // Jan 26, 2012 at 17:17

    Better glasses can make passive 3d look better but a lot of the options out there are too expensive for me. My circular polarized glasses with my Acer monitor make 3d look much better than the ones with my LG. The Acer glasses are different I think because of the curved lenses and they also block side lighting. I’ll stick with the freebies that I got till I can find a company that can add a prescription to it. I would think I could improve the image substantially if I could get rid of my glasses underneath the 3d glasses.

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