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A 3D TV glasses with eye specs is it possible or not?

It just to know if a person is using the eye specs and sitting in front of 3d tv, how he or she can wear its 3d glasses with its regular eye specs.

Its means they can't watch 3d tv because they are not supposed to remove his or her eye glasses.

What would they do in order to watch 3d tv then?
Anyone knows about it? Confused

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not possible...!!!!

My best guess is no, as it's not possible to wear 3d glasses with regular eye specs.

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3D glasses design

The manufacturers know some people need to wear eyeglasses, and have designed their 3D glasses so that they can be worn along with eyeglasses. If you are concerned about a particular brand, you can always ask to try them first; some may be more comfortable than others.

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already available in market.....

These days manufacturers have already making such glasses which are easily compatible with normal 3d glasses, so 3d viewers can easily use those glasses with their usual eye specs without any trouble.

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Possible

Hey,

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Yes, it works

I wear glasses and I have used Panasonic Active 3D glasses, Sony Active glasses and 3D glasses in the theater (both Active and Passive), and all work with eyeglasses. The 3D glasses need to sit forward a bit to make room, but they work fine. Why assume that it won't work if you've never tried it?

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true

Even i wear specs, and when i go to theatre to watch 3d movies, i wear 3d glasses over my specs.

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Possible!

Yes its possible to wear 3D glasses over regular eye specs..

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YES..!

Yes Regular specs and 3D Glasses can work together..because they are differently made in order to meet these challenges..

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3d glasses with eye specs is possible.

Yeah i think its possible to wear a 3d glasses with normal eye specs without any issues....
But i came to know that LG has got this option too in 3d tv but i can't believe on this, since LG can't do any thing better.....they never do what they comets.
better to try any other branded 3d glasses for such option.

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You can use 3d specs and normal eye glasses together.

My friend's just bought a new 3DTV and I went round to see it, both him and me where glasses and yes you can wear the 3D glasses over the top of the normal glasses, just as you do when you go and see a 3D show at the cinema (actually they seem to be the same as the 3D glasses you get at the cinema).

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