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Brief Published: 8 May 2012

37 Degrees Movie Glasses


Finch, a Sydney-based production company in Australia, has launched 3D-style glasses that allow cinemagoers to watch different versions of the same film, called the 37 Degrees.

The company is experimenting with short films and advertising where you can see a different version of a film by raising or lowering your head. For example, parents could watch a movie next to children who are seeing a toned-down version of the same film.

Finch believes the glasses could also be used for sub-titling, allowing two separate subtitles to be on the screen at the same time, which would make them a favourite for international film festivals.