3D trend will continue in CES 2012. LG will have a huge collection of fashionable 3D glasses to unveil at CES 2012 after having introduced their massive 55-inch OLED TV. The LG’s newest collection of 3D glases includes a few pairs designed by renowned eye-wear designer Alain Mikli.
The LG’s Alain Mikli 3D glasses will come in a number models including the F310, clip-on F320 and F360 which are lighter and more comfortable to wear featuring upgraded design including curved lenses and clean frame structure.
The LG 3D glasses are far more comfortable to wear while compared to active shutter 3D glasses. The F310 has been designed to combine soft lines within a slim frame. The lenses have also been curved to better accommodate the wearer’s face as well as improving the overall CINEMA 3D viewing experience. It’s super lightweight, measures a mere 13.5 grams which is 20 percent lighter than LG’s previous design.
The clip-on F320 is another new line of LG 3D glasses for the 2012. These clip-on 3D glasses are unique to 3D TVs based on Film Patterned Retarder (FPR) technology. They’re also 25 percent lighter than the previous design, weighing a mere 5.5 grams.
Last but not least, the F360 presents a sportier look, which comes in a half-rim frame design and weighs 16 grams. The lenses have been curved to offer better coverage for the wearer’s face, deepening the immersive 3D CINEMA experience. Prices are not yet available, more info shall surface while CES 2012 kicks off!