Each machine features a touchscreen interface and stocks a number of different styled EX3D glasses in various colors
Passive 3D eyewear specialist EX3D has installed the first in-theater, self-service vending machines which stock a range of 3D glasses featuring circular lens technology
The chosen scratch-resistant EX3D eyewear is dropped in the collecting bay on the swipe of a credit card
The first modern vending machines are said to have appeared in London and New York in the 1880s and respectively offered post cards or chewing gum in exchange for a coin. Since then, folks on the move have used such machines to grab a quick snack, brush up on golf technique, make an emergency bike repair or get hold of a mini gold bar. Now cinema-goers in California and San Diego queuing to see the latest 3D blockbuster will be able to shun those boring flat passive 3D glasses handed out before you take your seat, and opt for some fashionable EX3D eyewear from the vending machine in the corner.
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