An antediluvian copper studded automaton lost along those quaint metallic clock gears, all in the expansive setting of Paris's Gare Montparnasse railway station: this in short was one of the fascinating components of Hugo's breathtaking cinematography. Now, the keen observers among you might notice the strong allusion to Steampunk in this movie's ambiance. And, what can be a better way to watch a Steampunk oriented film than with a pair of 'Victorian era' 3D goggles?
Made by master Steampunk craftsman Will Rockwell, the accessory with actual 3D lenses has been envisaged as your perfect companion to the magical 3D world of Hugo. Draped in brass that protrudes out with a slew of perforations around the glasses, the metal part of the goggles is connected to the rest with a leather strap.
However, beyond just the quaint visual allure, designer has also given much attention to the ergonomic side of affairs. The aforementioned strap is made from very fine soft black leather, while its flexibility allows it to stretch to a considerable circumference. And, to finally seal the deal, the antiquated product comes in a faux vintage can with appropriate period labeling.