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Making the third dimension less nerdy

3dcaptainsunglasses Video gamers will enter another dimension at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Monday as Neurok Optics unveils its new 22-inch widescreen 3D LCD monitor.  To reduce the nerd factor of the new monitor, Neurok is also introducing “new fashionable polarized glasses for 3D monitor viewing.”  The new shades will join eyewear options that include “The Captain,” (pictured here) “The Terminator” and the “Clip-On,” all of which look a lot like regular sunglasses.  You might even want to don the fatigues for first-person shooters such as “Gears of War.” Medic!

—Posted by Richard Williamson

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