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18th Jun '17 12:50:22 AM JackG
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** In a pre-movie introduction to the 3DMovie "Day of the Doctor", he tells the audience to test their 3D glasses by closing one eye and looking at the person next to them. "If one of the spectacles has turned black, then that person is a Zygon and is going to eat you some time during the movie. [[ThisIsNoTimeToPanic Please, don't panic.]] It will only disturb everyone else and there's really nothing we can do to save you."

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** In a pre-movie introduction to the 3DMovie 3D "Day of the Doctor", he tells the audience to test their 3D glasses by closing one eye and looking at the person next to them. "If one of the spectacles has turned black, then that person is a Zygon and is going to eat you some time during the movie. [[ThisIsNoTimeToPanic Please, don't panic.]] It will only disturb everyone else and there's really nothing we can do to save you."
18th Jun '17 12:44:50 AM JackG
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* In ''Series/DoctorWho'' episodes "Army of Ghosts"/"Doomsday," the Doctor wears a pair of 3-D glasses designed to see the residual stuff from the void between universes. In a pre-movie introduction to the 3D version of "Day of the Doctor", he tells the audience to test their 3D glasses by closing on eye and looking at the person next to them. "If one of the spectacles has turned black then that person is a Zygon and is going to eat you some time during the movie. [[NoTimeToPanic Please, don't panic.]] It will only disturb everyone else and there's really nothing we can do to save you."

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* ''Series/DoctorWho''
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In ''Series/DoctorWho'' episodes the TwoPartEpisode "Army of Ghosts"/"Doomsday," the Doctor wears a pair of 3-D glasses designed to see the residual stuff from the void between universes. universes.
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In a pre-movie introduction to the 3D version of 3DMovie "Day of the Doctor", he tells the audience to test their 3D glasses by closing on one eye and looking at the person next to them. "If one of the spectacles has turned black black, then that person is a Zygon and is going to eat you some time during the movie. [[NoTimeToPanic [[ThisIsNoTimeToPanic Please, don't panic.]] It will only disturb everyone else and there's really nothing we can do to save you."
18th Jun '17 12:42:28 AM JackG
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* In ''Series/DoctorWho'' episodes "Army of Ghosts"/"Doomsday," the Doctor wears a pair of 3-D glasses designed to see the residual stuff from the void between universes.

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* In ''Series/DoctorWho'' episodes "Army of Ghosts"/"Doomsday," the Doctor wears a pair of 3-D glasses designed to see the residual stuff from the void between universes. In a pre-movie introduction to the 3D version of "Day of the Doctor", he tells the audience to test their 3D glasses by closing on eye and looking at the person next to them. "If one of the spectacles has turned black then that person is a Zygon and is going to eat you some time during the movie. [[NoTimeToPanic Please, don't panic.]] It will only disturb everyone else and there's really nothing we can do to save you."
11th Apr '17 12:48:30 AM rafi
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* In the first ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' movie, ''[[TheMovie The Secret of the Lost Kingdom]]'', Bloom's sister Daphne gives her her mask, which allows Bloom to see her home planet Domino as it looked before the Ancestral Witches froze it.

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* In the first ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' movie, ''[[TheMovie The Secret of the Lost Kingdom]]'', Bloom's sister Daphne gives her her mask, which allows Bloom to see her home planet Domino as it looked before the Ancestral Witches froze it.
19th Sep '16 10:01:59 PM PaulA
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* In Piers Anthony's ''Literature/IncarnationsOfImmortality'' novel ''With a Tangled Skein'', there is a pair of glasses that allows the wearer to actually see the wages of sin people are piling on themselves in [[strike:Purgatory]] Hell. {{Satan}} was trying to get people into Hell on the installment plan: for each level, you had to sacrifice 1% of your good. (There are hundreds of levels.) These looked tempting to live people and Incarnations without the glasses; with them, not so much.

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* In Piers Anthony's ''Literature/IncarnationsOfImmortality'' novel ''With a Tangled Skein'', ''Literature/WithATangledSkein'', there is a pair of glasses that allows the wearer to actually see the wages of sin people are piling on themselves in [[strike:Purgatory]] Hell. {{Satan}} was trying to get people into Hell on the installment plan: for each level, you had to sacrifice 1% of your good. (There are hundreds of levels.) These looked tempting to live people and Incarnations without the glasses; with them, not so much.
19th Jul '16 9:43:14 AM Veanne
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* ''Webcomic/PennyBlackfeather'' has spirit glasses that let you see snow spirits and whatnot.
2nd Jul '16 10:29:28 AM nombretomado
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* The [[MaskOfPower Mask of Detection]] in ''{{Bionicle}}''.

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* The [[MaskOfPower Mask of Detection]] in ''{{Bionicle}}''.''Toys/{{Bionicle}}''.
25th May '16 4:43:16 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum'' has Detective Mode, which has functions including X-ray, forensic tracker, vital sign monitoring, weapon detection, and point-of-interest detection. This is treated as a combination of a scanner in Batman's cowl, and "seeing the world through Batman's eyes". The Joker, in the PS3-exclusive content, has X-ray specs which have that function and nothing else.

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* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum'' has Detective Mode, which has functions including X-ray, forensic tracker, vital sign monitoring, weapon detection, and point-of-interest detection. This is treated as a combination of a scanner in Batman's cowl, and "seeing the world through Batman's eyes". The Joker, in the PS3-exclusive [=PS3=]-exclusive content, has X-ray specs which have that function and nothing else.
20th May '16 7:11:07 AM erforce
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* On the pseudo-scientific side, ecto-goggles allowed the Film/{{Ghostbusters}} to detect invisible ghosts and other psycho-kinetic anomalies visually. They turn up in the film, the sequel, and much of the spinoff media. [[http://www.freewebs.com/gbta/weapons&playsets/goggles.jpg There was even a toy.]]

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* On the pseudo-scientific side, ecto-goggles allowed the Film/{{Ghostbusters}} Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}} to detect invisible ghosts and other psycho-kinetic anomalies visually. They turn up in the film, [[Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}} original film]], the sequel, [[Film/GhostbustersII sequel]], and much of the spinoff media. [[http://www.freewebs.com/gbta/weapons&playsets/goggles.jpg There was even a toy.]]
30th Mar '16 8:21:10 PM ultimomant
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* The movie ''Film/TheyLive'' is built around this trope: the main character played by RoddyPiper finds a box of sunglasses and when he puts one on, he can see the hidden aliens among them, as well as signs saying "Consume," "Marry and Reproduce," and money printed with "This is your God" on it.

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* The movie ''Film/TheyLive'' is built around this trope: the main character played by RoddyPiper Wrestling/RoddyPiper finds a box of sunglasses and when he puts one on, he can see the hidden aliens among them, as well as signs saying "Consume," "Marry and Reproduce," and money printed with "This is your God" on it.
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