LG presents 3D glasses designed by Alain Mikli

LG Electronics today unveils 3D glasses designed in conjunction with world-renowned French eyewear maker Alain Mikli. The new stylish 3D glasses will be available worldwide with LG’s 2011 new premium 3D TVs.

LG says that the new premium glasses are made form select metals and are ergonomically designed to offer the utmost comfort. They have spring hinged arms with extra-long tips for better fit around the sides of the viewer’s head and also a special nose pad to provide a snug fit around the bridge of the nose, which Mikli and LG have co-patented. Moreover they feature optimum weight ratio on the front and back,  for less fatigue when wearing them over longer periods.

LG 3D glasses Alain Mikli

“The fact is, 3D viewing glasses don’t have to be ugly and uncomfortable. We’ve just proven that with Monsieur Mikli’s help in creating what are probably the best, most stylish 3D glasses in the world,”

LG 3D glasses designed by Alain Mikli

LG 3D glasses designed by Alain Mikli

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