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3D Heaven 3D Glasses for Kids Review

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Just look at all these 3D Glasses!

If you are looking for a great party gift, or if you have a large family who would like invite friends over to enjoy a movie, then these 3D glasses are ideal for you. Even when buying in bulk, to ensure you have enough for everyone, you will want to know if the stuff you are buying is of high quality.

That’s exactly what we’re going to find out today.


With 5 pairs of pink and 5 pairs of blue, these 3D Glasses can be enjoyed by all the family from ages 3 and above.

These glasses are made to last – not your throwaway 3D glasses that are so common on the market. These are thicker and feel a little heavier than most. This is very important – fragile glasses wouldn’t last long when used by your children.

Parents will also be happy to know that these 3D glasses are scratch resistant, so you will get a longer use out of them. Again, this is important when leaving them at the mercy of children!


3D Heaven 3D Glasses for Kids work with all passive 3D TVs including Sony, LG, Panasonic, Toshiba, JVC and many more! In fact, these glasses work with any 3D screen, even those in the cinema. This is a great way of saving money on a cinema trip, especially if that is where you are hosting a children’s party.

Made with Real-D cinemas in mind, these glasses will be perfect for a trip to these cinemas as they are also easily wipeable. Any cinema treats that give your children sticky fingers are fine as the glasses are easily wiped.

3D Heaven 3D Glasses for Kids Review Kid
He’s satisfied, you can tell…

However, there are a number of screens that these glasses will not work for. If you were buying them to take to an IMAX you will realize they are not compatible. The same goes for Active 3D TVs and projectors. So, be careful before you buy!

A lot of TVs that are 3D compatible generally come with glasses only tailored for adults. Therefore, 3D Heaven 3D Glasses are a great option for those children birthday parties and other festivities, when you know your home will be overrun with kids.

Customer reviews

All of the customers who bought 3D Heaven 3D Glasses for Kids rate them either 4 or 5 stars. You simply can’t go wrong with these. For the price of just $19.95, you get 10 pairs of 3D glasses that will last you a while.

Of course, there are always more expensive options out there, but 3D Heaven 3D Glasses for Kids will give you a great bang for the buck.


How to Build up Tolerance for VR Motion Sickness?

How to Build up Tolerance for VR Motion Sickness
Feeling a bit dizzy, eh? You're not the first, or the only one.

VR motion sickness is also known as cybersickness or simulator sickness. The usual symptoms are nausea, headache and dizziness. Spending money on your VR device only to find out that you can’t enjoy it for longer than 5 minutes without the urge to puke is heartbreaking.

The developers are well aware of the VR motion sickness problem, and are working hard to nullify its effect. Meanwhile, many people report that they have managed to overcome VR sickness over time. There are some simple rules when you first immerse into virtual reality that you should follow.

Don’t tolerate performance issues

How to Build up Tolerance for VR Motion Sickness
Think about it…

If you are a gamer, you’ve probably encountered some lags, glitches and other problems in your career. Most of the time, the instinct tells you to play this through, since this seldom happens, and only for short time periods.

In virtual-reality environment, we strongly recommend that you don’t attempt to play until the game or app is running smoothly. Anything below optimal framerate will ruin your experience, since simulator sickness is directly related to low FPS.

Seeing how your PC specs directly affect your FPS, and developers are constantly pushing boundaries of VR, you will have to keep your hardware up to date. This is the main reason why PCs that can support high-end VR devices are so expensive.

Build up VR tolerance slowly, start with “easier” games

If a game you were eager to play is making you feel sick, you should stop immediately! Naturally, in the beginning you shouldn’t just go ahead and play Resident Evil 7 for its full length. Still, Resident Evil 7 does look impressive and very, very scary!

There is a vast library of different games and genres available in VR, and some require higher levels of immersion than others. Staring with less demanding games and slowly building the tolerance until you are able to play whatever you want is a good idea.

It is mandatory to take regular breaks in between sessions, don’t over-stress your sensory system.

Remain seated


For starters, it is probably best to play games that allow you to sit down and relax. Since VR is an overwhelming experience for all of your senses, sitting in a comfortable chair will give you a much needed sense of stability. Some people report that chewing a gum while playing helped them get over VR motion sickness.

Eat or drink ginger

Ginger is a well-known remedy for motion sickness, as even medieval sailors used it for mitigating the effects. If you don’t like the taste of raw ginger, it can be delicious in smoothies. Nowadays there are ginger supplements available too.

Change your FOV

Lowering your field of view (FOV) may help decrease the VR motion sickness symptoms. On the other hand, this reduces the level of immersion and situational awareness, hence it is the least popular solution.

Bear in mind that, by lowering your FOV, you will have to rotate your head more in order to achieve the wanted effect in VR. For example, 20 degree rotation in real life will equal 15 degree rotation in VR.

Have a cold one!

Surprisingly, many users claim that having few alcoholic drinks before starting their VR sessions reduced or even removed the symptoms of cybersickness completely.

Now, we don’t condone alcohol use, but if everything else fails, grab a Corona, Bud Light or Somersby. Don’t overdo it though!

How to Store Oculus Rift and Oculus Touch?

How to Store Oculus Rift and Oculus Touch
image downloaded from www.vrheads.com

If you are a neat person, you may find it very frustrating to find a tidy way to store Rift. Managing all the cables while setting up Oculus Rift was probably already a nightmare, but now, after you’ve immersed into virtual reality and finished your session, yet another problem emerges.

Storing Oculus Rift

When you first get your hands on the Rift box, you will notice that it is handy and sturdy. Obviously, it is designed for storing Oculus Rift and Oculus Touch, so if you haven’t thrown it away for some reason, it can serve its purpose. The only downside of the Rift box is that it is a bit bulky and you may not have the required space to keep it next to your PC. In the video below you can see a better way to store Oculus Rift and Oculus Touch. This way, you will avoid any unwanted side effects.

If you have, for any reason, thrown away the convenient original shipment box, don’t be alarmed. The Rift perfectly fits in an Ikea shoebox, so you can store it there. It will do its primary purpose, keep the dust away. However, if you don’t want to put your precious Oculus Rift in a shoebox, we have some much cooler solutions for you.

How to Store Oculus Rift and Oculus Touch
Give it a throne to sit on

If you are ready to spend some more money on your VR device, you can buy a fancy Oculus Rift Stand, like the one in the image above, but it costs over $100 dollars. There are, of course, some cheaper versions of the product out there. If something like this would fit your setup, you can find it here.

If you are more of a do-it-yourself kind person, we’ve got something for you too.

Strap EVERYTHING to the wall!

How to Store Oculus Rift and Oculus Touch
Hang ’em!

This All-in-One Rail and Hook Kit is probably the smartest device you’ve seen today. It obviously serves the purpose of storing Oculus Rift perfectly. In the image we can see how Vive users take care of their equipment, and you will have no headphones to worry about. If you want to neatly store the cables too, you can get an extra hook for them.

The only downside is that if you store the headset this way, over a period of time it will put stress on the elastic strap and it may stretch.

How to Store Oculus Rift and Oculus Touch
Stick it and keep your controllers out of harm’s way!

If you are worried that your Oculus Touch controllers are a bit out of place hanging on the wall, you can mount them under your desk with the anchor. You probably took care of your headphones this way, but it can also keep Oculus Touch out of harm’s way.

Last but not the least, you can buy a mannequin head to perfectly store your Oculus Rift HMD. It may seem a bit creepy for some, but honestly, it is the best way to safely store your HMD. This is a sure-fire way to keep the dust and sun away from the lenses, and it can be placed on the desk’s flat surface without fastening.

How to Store Oculus Rift and Oculus Touch
HEY! Don’t judge! This is how you look too when wearing that damn mask!