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When a new movie we want to see is coming out in 3D, it gives some of us a bit of pause. Whee, awesome effects flying towards us. However, also glasses and motion sickness, which doesn't mix well with whatever that tasty orange sludge is that they put on the popcorn.
We love it when we can get 3D the old-fashioned way. You used to see lenticular stuff all over the place in the 70s and 80s - on postcards, cereal boxes, Slurpee cups, even shoes and hats, McFly. Then it went out of fashion. For many 20something video gamers today, Zelda might have been your first exposure to lenticular art. Remember the collector's edition of the Majora's Mask N64 cart you got if you preordered back in 2000? Yep. Lenticular label.
So it seems only right that Link would get the same treatment. All of him. This limited-edition Legend of Zelda lenticular shadowbox can be found exclusively at ThinkGeek and features the many incarnations of Link over the years. It measures almost 9 1/2" wide x 11 1/2" tall x 1 3/4" deep with beveled sides for the full effect. As the buyer enthused, "It's like having the Legend of Zelda version of the Harry Potter magical moving photos without having to be a wizard!" We couldn't have said it better ourselves.
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