Jurassic Park 3D Glasses

Jurassic Park 3D glasses by Dave's Geeky Ideas

I’m pretty sure that 3D glasses similar to the design above are being readied for next year’s Jurassic Park 3D re-release. The night vision goggles seen in the film would make for the perfect design. 

It’s a no-brainer to make this prediction. The bigger question is how could they not go with something like this? Even The Phantom Menace got some Pod Racer goggles for its 3D release earlier this year.

These don’t need the LED lights, though it would be nice. Just as long as they sport a theme similar to the night vision goggles.

This is probably the one occasion where I’d wear dorky 3D glasses to a film, because these goggles were intended for watching dinosaurs in a dark setting.

Have to say I am quite looking forward to seeing Jurassic Park on the big screen again, as the film is probably the most memorable experience I had going to a theatre. The 3D is entirely gravy, however watching the film you can see that so many shots would work great in the 3rd dimension; like that crane shot that goes up and over the electric fence (Prior to Grant and the kids attempting to climb it), or the herd of Gallimimus racing towards the camera. Spring 2013 can’t get here soon enough.


Posted on September 24, 2012, in Electronics, Fashion, Films, Gadgets, Toys and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. This is AMAZING!!!!! You are AMAZING!!!!

  2. Enjoy sitting through all the twilights

  3. If someone designs these and makes them I’ll buy 10!

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