The other day we brought you the 2D version of SoBe Lifewater’s Superbowl commercial, which features characters from the upcoming Dreamworks Animation feature Monsters vs. Aliens. And today they have released the 3D version of the trailer online for all to see — or at least those of us nerdy enough to have a pair of 3D glasses laying around the house. Which I do. Upon watching the 3D version, which can be seen below, I’ve discovered a few things. One is that NFL stars Justin Tuck, Matt Light, and Ray Lewis all do have some moves. The second is that 3D on my 20″ iMac doesn’t work so well. Hopefully it looks better tomorrow on the big screen during the big game because the commercial’s concept is actually pretty cool. I’m also curious to see how the other Monsters vs. Aliens 3D commercial comes out, as well as that 3D episode of Chuck on Monday night.
We also received word this afternoon that SoBe’s doing an online sweepstakes through Facebook. People who sign up as a SoBe fan at Facebook.com/sobe by midnight on Sunday will get a chance to win a trip to Vegas for a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Party. I know a few members of the FSR staff who would be down with that — including me.
You can check out the 3D spot above and head over to SoBeWorld.com for more information (note: you can also go there and find out where you can pick up a free pair of 3D glasses if you’re not one of those lame cool people who have their own.)
What do you think of the 3D commercial? Does it look good on your computer screen or are you just not sold?
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