|Title||3-D eyeglasses for Avatar showing in 3-D at Hoboken (Clearview) Cinemas, Hoboken, Feb. 27, 2010.|
|Object Name||Eyeglasses, 3D|
|Collection||Hoboken Commerce Collection|
Black plastic Real 3D brand 3-D eyeglasses distributed for patron use at Hoboken Cinemas (Clearview Cinemas), during showing of film "Avatar" in Hoboken, Feb. 27, 2010. See archives 2012.002.0004 for ticket and more information.
Theater was at 409 Fourteenth St., Hoboken.
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|Year Range from||2010|
|Year Range to||2010|
409 Fourteenth St.
|Caption||front and back (with marked bows)|
|Notes||Avatar was not the first 3-D film, but it was done with new technology and became an event in its own right. Its success led to many other films being done in 3-D or converted to 3-D. At the same time, television manufacturers were bringing to market early versions of 3-D television.|
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