Sticker 3D Vision

Viewing 3D cinema is a truly gripping experience but for the 3D glasses! Besides being heavy and awkward for those already wearing numbered glasses, they are a material waste and pose a health hazard. Stix offers an easy solution by being a pair of self-adhesive sticker 3D viewing films. Simply slap them onto your current numbered glasses and enjoy your 3D movie.

The stickers are cut out a shape bigger than average glasses to ensure they cover till the rim. The concept’s approach resonates with me, since I wear glasses too and find wearing additional glasses a hassle. Hopefully the sticker in Stix will be easy to peel off and then we are assured of a winner here!

Designers: Lucy Jung & Daejin Ahn

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  • Lucy says:

    Hello

    Please drop me an email

  • chris says:

    I just came across your idea, I don’t know whether you got it to market or it remained unfinished. I work as an optical tech. so can help you with some of your problems out lined in this blog, there is already a product that sticks to optical lenses, it uses capillary action to adhere a plastics sheet a patients own lenses and helps people who require prism in their prescription on a non-permanent basis, and so it can be taken off the lens with no residue.

  • Richard says:

    Are these available to purchase, if so please advise

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