Anthill Poll: Are these “3D Glasses” the real deal or eye-rolling tomfoolery?

Anthill Poll: Are these “3D Glasses” the real deal or eye-rolling tomfoolery?

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After watching this video, we decided that something special was required.

After lengthy deliberation (the time it takes to nod in unison), the Anthill ‘massive’ reached the conclusion that this clip deserves more than your average Anthill TV presentation (which, we humbly acknowledge, is not at all average, but rather superior to any video potpourri in the World Wide Webiverse).

Oh, yes. This one demands a poll.

So, please watch “3D No Glasses,” then make a choice. Did the video compel you to:

A) Marvel at this astounding breakthrough in entertainment technology
B) Cringe with the fear that Francois’ eyes would overheat and explode
C) Stare incredulously, then yell “Shenanigans!”
D) Experience a wholly different reaction than A through C*

*The most whacked-out, Beer O”Clock inspired response response proffered as a comment below will win a best selling business book or an award winning  documentary (in 2D) from the Anthill schwag pile. Ooh yeah! Schwag!

We humbly look forward to your responses.

Meanwhile, we’re off to wiggle our peepers at an “Avatar” DVD.

“3D No Glasses”

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  • ChrisB_Melb

    C)

  • Chris Blackman

    You’d have to be concerned that if the “transducers” applied to the temples were actually causing eyelid movement, there could be a potential risk of neuropathy. However, the transducers seem to have been applied with blu-tac, which, last time I looked, was not conductive, so it’s hard to see how they could possibly have any effect whatever. The whole thing is a complete furphy.

  • http://adsurf.com.au Aidan

    ROFL – that’s hilarious, imagine a cinema full of people with their eyelids moving like that…

    • David

      It would have to generate quite some breeze 🙂

  • David

    OK, if those things can do that to your eyes, imagine what they can do on other parts of your body.
    Oh yeah, you know what I am talkin’ about 😉 or is it 😉 🙂 😉 🙂 😉 🙂 😉 🙂 😉 🙂 😉 🙂
    Sorry, can only do the right eye this way.

    • David

      Oooh, just had a thought, imagine if you accidentally applied them to the meat house front door!

  • clairm

    His eyes doing that make me want to vomit… very “1985”.

  • John Power

    OK, so what happens when your eyelids fall off from RSI or simple mechanical fatigue?
    Imagine the product disclaimers you’d have to pen for this one!

  • http://www.babeltech.com.au/ Michael

    E) Made me wonder how long it’ll take to be able to get rid of these contacts and get 20/20 vision like in Star Trek!