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Before you watch Strikeforce tonight, watch this in-hotel interview with Gilbert Melendez...in 3-D!

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Uploaded on Dec 17, 2011

I've dived into an unintentional crash course in 3D technology the past fourteen hours. That's literally how long it took me to figure out this extra-dimensional technology. Genki Sudo would laugh at me. In fact, our new 3D camera doesn't even have enough dimensions for him. Hopefully scientists will invent something to capture him in his native dimension in the next few years, but right now you must pay attention to MiddleEasy's first venture into 3-D.

We could have done this a variety of ways. Side-by-side full screen is what 3-D televisions use to manifest an image in 3-D. However, most of you guys don't have an extra few thousand one dollar bills to drop on another television in your living room. The next option was to force all of you to buy those $50.00 movie theater glasses to view our in-hotel interview with Gilbert Melendez. Let's face it, none of you even have $50 in your pocket. You're probably not even wearing pants, and that's just wrong. Instead, we're bringing new technology and intentionally throwing it back to the old-school red/blue 3D vision. That's right, if you have a pair of those cheap paper 3D glasses (anaglyph technology), then you're on your way to viewing this video in all of it's illustrious 3D.

Raid your little brother's toy chest and steal a pair. We don't care how you get them, but just get a pair of anaglyph 3-D glasses. Amazon even has nice used pairs for under a dollar. 3-D video is the future of MiddleEasy. Enjoy.

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