photograph of your not-so-ordinary pair of glasses. rather- a pair of doors. with the right 3-D television (filled with scenes of hobbits and dwarves in this case) this pair of doors opens eyes, better to see things jump forth, fly by and float across the field of vision. the flat forms on the flattest of screens of the most high-defintion technology become texturized, almost tangible and seemingly touchable through these doors. the experience of 3-D gives pause to the palate, just enough to drop your chopsticks off.