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RealD is distributing kid-sized 3-D glasses nationwide to provide extra comfort to a key summer-movie demographic.
updated 6/16/2010 3:46:31 PM ET 2010-06-16T19:46:31

Beginning June 18, movie theaters in the U.S. and Canada showing "Toy Story 3" in 3-D will offer smaller-sized 3-D glasses for kids 8 years old or younger, distributed by 3-D projection technology company RealD.

For anyone who fears the onset of the summer cold season, and what sharing eyeglasses may mean for that, RealD makes a point of saying the glasses will be individually packaged in plastic to ensure sanitary condition.

Other providers of 3-D cinema projection technology, such as Dolby, have not specifically announced the distribution of glasses in junior sizes.

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