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Dolby unveils kids 3D glasses


Technology group Dolby Laboratories has launched a range of 3D glasses aimed at kids.

The glasses, which incorporate scratch-resistant lightweight multilayer optical film lenses from 3M, are equipped with Sensormatic and RFID tags, according to Dolby. They are available for US$12 (€8), with discounts available for purchasers of Dolby 3D bundles.

“Dolby 3D kids’ glasses are high-performance, environmentally friendly, passive glasses that require no batteries or charging,” said Matt Cuson, senior marketing director, cinema, Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby 3D kids’ glasses are made to the same premium-quality standards as the adult-size Dolby 3D glasses and will be available to exhibitors around the globe in time for movies coming out in Dolby 3D this summer.”

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