Italian eyewear brand Luxottica has created the first-ever line of prescription 3-D glasses, set to go on sale later this year, according to The Hollywood Reporter. I, for one, am thrilled by this news since a) wearing both regular specs and those ill-fitting 3D glasses at the same time is a real chore, and b) as it turns out, Justin Bieber's 8 Mile-esque film debut will be in 3-D! Just kidding about that second thing. If the eyewear marketer, which will sell the glasses in the U.S. under the Oakley brand, didn't see a potential boon here, it probably wouldn't be producing this line. Still, how big can the demand be? There's no doubt about the content, though, with a boatload of 3-D films like Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and Tron: Legacy queued up at the multiplex and many more still to come. (The first-ever 3-D porn flick is in the works, too!) TV networks are getting in on the act as well, with sports and nature channels being the first to jump into 3-D programming, and 3-D TV sets starting to make their debuts. Is the stylish Luxottica saying we can watch 3-D and not look like goofballs? Nice thought, anyway.