Eyewear manufacturer Oakley announced this week that it will offer interactive new 3D glasses. The technology, which has been used for testing purposes already by DreamWorks Animation, will arrive through premium optical distribution channels later this year.
Oakley is also "pursuing partnerships with manufacturers of home 3D systems that utilize passive polarization," the company said in a statement.
"Oakley is developing a premium product segment with a range of 3D eyewear offerings, and our R&D has achieved unparalleled visual clarity while extending the wearer's peripheral viewing angle and providing truer alignment of 3D images," Oakley's CEO, Colin Baden, said as part of the announcement. "This is in addition to the quality, comfort, durability and precise fit of Oakley frame technology, along with styling that sets the high mark for today's eyewear designs."