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André de Toth’s 3-D Glasses
Anaglyph glasses

Origin

André de Toth/ House of Wax

Type

3-D Glasses

Effects

Disables the user’s vision in one eye and depth perception

Downsides

Slowly turns the flesh to wax and the skin into a hard outer shell

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Dionysus-336

Aisle

934055-6716

Shelf

275641-3427-597

Date of Collection

March 31, 1974

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OriginEdit

André de Toth was a Hungarian-American film director who directed the 3-D film House of Wax, despite being unable to see in 3-D himself, having lost an eye at an early age. The film itself, with the main character played by Vincent Price, features a man slowly driven insane who opens up a wax museum, where the dummies are actually bodies encased in wax.

EffectsEdit

They activate whenever a person puts them on, but the effects are amplified when viewed in front of a motion picture. One of the user’s eyes will be unable to see light and become blind, halting the brain’s ability to perceive depth, which requires both eyes. Meanwhile, the user’s flesh slowly solidifies from muscle to hardened wax. Their skin becomes harder and acts like a shell, which will remain more viscous in humid conditions or dry out when exposed to heat.

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