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Vuzix Wrap 1200 3D Video Eyewear

If you're watching 3D content, odds are you're being forced to wear some questionably fashionable glasses — so why not make the most of it? Vuzix Wrap 1200 3D Video Eyewear ($500) connects to any compatible video source via component or composite connections, and uses dual 16:9, 852x480 LCDs mounted in the lenses to create the equivalent of a 75-inch screen that's just ten feet away. Other features include detachable noise-isolating earphones, AccuTilt adjustment to keep your eyes comfortable, and battery life of up to seven hours.

  • Transformers 3D Helmet

    Whether you're planning on a repeat viewing of Dark of the Moon or you're headed in to see the robotic mayhem for the first time, stay true to your inner child by wearing a Transformers 3D Helmet ($10) into the theater. Available in Optimus Prime or Bumblebee models, they contain the same RealD lenses you'll receive at the theater, letting you look either less dorky or more dorky (depending on your level of robo-love) while you enjoy the 3D action.

  • Animatronic Triceratops

    There isn't really a good way to describe this Animatronic Triceratops ($350,000). (Looking to construct your own Disneyland boat ride? Have a Michael Jackson-like obsession with childlike things? Don't have the money to pay for CGI on your indie Jurassic Park remake?) So, instead, we'll tell you that it's 20 feet long, weighs over 1,300 pounds, tracks your movements with its camera-eyes, has tons of digital tech and a 1,000 watt speaker inside to let it move and sound like the real thing, and totally won't grow cognizant of its surroundings and tear through your home like a bull in a china shop.