It’s a little bit techy and a little bit stylish. But whichever way you look at it, what the girls over at Ingri: Dahl are doing is a whole lot innovative. Twin sisters Kine and Einy Paulsen have a unique product in their designer 3D glasses. The glasses not only look good, they allow people to purchase their own pair of 3D spectacles so that there is no need to use those grimy recycled ones they give you at the theaters. The life span of the product is endless because they are compatible with movie theaters all over the world and with 3D TVs from companies like LG, JVC and Vizio. Plus, they are eco-friendly, as buying your own pair of glasses would reduce the amount of plastic needed to create one time use glasses.
These sisters started their company while in still in school, considering it their little side hustle. Today, however, they are poised for something a whole lot bigger. Featured on Techcrunch.com, and called “marketing genius,” they rode an internet tidal wave of popularity and went on to raise over $10,000 for their start-up on Kickstarter. #Winning.
I got the opportunity to test out this fun, new take on movie-going attire and I loved it. I went to see the re-release of “Beauty and The Beast” in 3D (for research purposes only, I swear…) and thoroughly enjoyed taking out my electric red glasses and putting them on. All the little six year old girls were so jealous. With a new 3D movie coming out every other week, Ingri:Dahl is a company to watch. You can get more info about them and help support their Kickstarter campaign (which ends today) here.