3D glasses are fantastically fun, but there's next to nothing fashionable about them. At a recent 3D Entertainment Summit (read: geekfest!) word got out that plans are in the works for designer and prescription glasses with lenses compatible with Real D 3D.
While some might scoff at the idea, naysayers will have to admit most 3D glasses make movie watching awkward and even painful. There's no word whether designer glasses would cost more, but if popcorn prices are any indication, I'd guess theaters will try and make a buck on the stylish shades. Would you pay more for designer 3D glasses if you were on a movie date or seeing a flick in the same place as the president?