Thursday, July 2, 2009

Comin' At Ya! 3D glasses

Continuing my series on 3D glasses here are the glasses for Comin' At Ya! which was a cheap spaghetti western from 1981 that kicked off a brief 3D movie fad...

Yeah I know, those glasses are not very impressive.

A pair of 3D glasses for a television broadcast of Hondo have much better graphics...


Now that's how you design a proper pair of 3D glasses for a western movie. Simulated wood grain, shotguns on the side, the star's image smack dab in the middle, and all in full-color.

Now here's something fun. If you happen to have a pair of red & blue 3D glasses (like the Hondo glasses above) you can watch the opening credits to Comin' At Ya! in 3D through the magic of YouTube. The effect is acually not too bad. Don't get me wrong, it's not great, but it's not too bad.

2 comments:

Todd Franklin said...

I love seeing 3-D glasses! Keep 'em coming!

info said...

Comin' At Ya! (1981) has been re-vamped for the 3-D theatres and Tony Anthony is planning on a theatrical release worldwide!

Official site
http://cominatyanoir3d.com/

Facebook fanpage
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Comin-At-Ya-in-Noir-3-D/132495280685

youtube page
http://www.youtube.com/user/cominatya3d

The re-invention of COMIN' AT YA! is historically significant because it is the first "over and under" 3-D film to be converted successfully to digital 3-D.
Now it can play in REAL D as well as DOLBY DIGITAL 3D.

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