With HDO-3D™ , your vision is razor sharp and accurate. In fact, Oakley 3D Gascan is the first on the planet to have optically correct 3D lenses. Ordinary non-prescription lenses can distort your vision by magnifying images and making objects appear shifted from their true position. HDO-3D™ virtually eliminates these kinds of visual distortion.
All Oakley eyewear is engineered with our legendary three-point fit, which virtually eliminates the frustrating loose fitting of ordinary 3D glasses. And because they’re made of lightweight O Matter material, you’ll be free to watch your programming unencumbered by discomfort.
Some 3D lenses can subtly change your perception of colors, diminishing the fidelity of what the director intended for the movie. HDO-3D™ lenses offer an uncompromising level of color fidelity so you will see what the director had in mind for every shot.
Better Light Management
Reflections can ruin a 3D entertainment experience. HDO-3D™ lenses have cylindrical base curvature that virtually eliminates reflections, unlike “flatter” 3D lenses that fail to address the problem. Thanks to HDO-3D™ , Oakley can offer the world’s first 3D lenses with high-wrap curvature.
The disposable 3D glasses in movie theaters are fragile and the lenses are easily scratched. HDO-3D™ lenses are made of a material that resists scratches, and with Oakley eyewear, you are getting a level of durability that comes from decades of innovation.
Alignment of 3D Images
Inferior 3D lenses can create “ghosting” or “crosstalk” between images that reach each eye. Using a process called Bi-Ocular Axis Optimization, HDO-3D™ lenses achieve the precision to ensure truer alignment of images.
The Visual Power of Passive 3D Technology
Oakley 3D eyewear is engineered to work with so-called passive 3D technology, which is the design format most commonly found in state-of-the-art 3D movie theaters and upcoming 3DTVs.
Oakley 3D glasses do not require a power source (which is a requirement with those “active” 3D glasses) and with HDO-3D™ lenses, the passive filtration of images virtually eliminates the ghosting or “crosstalk” between images that reach each eye from one moment to the next, a potential problem with inferior 3D eyewear.