Like all fashionable chicks with a flare for what looks great and smart, Kine and Einy Paulsen abhorred 3D glasses. To save the world from bad taste they came up with Ingri: Dahl. (Kinda sounds like ‘Angry Doll.’) Ingri:Dahl are an affordable line of 3D glasses suitable for the big and small screens.
Though a bit retro in appearance, the Ingri:Dahl lenses are a stark departure from the boxy ill-fitting 3D glasses often handed out at cinemas. Besides, 3D is way overrated and a disaster for cinema. One director got it right (ahem) and everyone else is simply ruining it.
From the official site:
INGRI:DAHL movieglasses are fashionable unisex designer 3D glasses compatible with the REALD 3D
technology used in RealD movie theaters (www.reald.com) and certain LG, JVC, Toshiba and Vizio 3D TVs .
A bit terse, but brevity seems to be among the sisters’ virtues. May they prosper from their creation.
Currently selling for $29.50, the Ingri:Dahl line is available for orders.
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