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Apple Developing New Glasses Free 3D Display Technology?

Apple is quite the innovative company with just about every one of their products going on to define whatever market they are released into. This has been the case with the iPod and later the iPhone and iPad. read more…

Hate 3D? No problem, get these 2D glasses.

I’ve never had a 3D movie party in my home theater, but if I did, I would imagine that there would be one guy that would say: “3D! Oh man, I can’t watch 3D, it hurts my eyes and head! read more…

PixelOptics emPower! glasses

Want to look cool as all get out? Then you might want to consider the PixelOptics emPower! glasses which look pretty futuristic whenever you wear them due to their exceptional design, where they come equipped with a special kind of lens which is full of a transparent crystal liquid layer which is able to electronically change and activate the near focus zone – alternatively, you can choose for it to turn off the reading power when the situation doesn’t call for it, all through a standard finger swipe. read more…

Dolby has next generation 3D glasses for cinema owners

Going to watch a movie is different from the previous generation’s experience – this time around, you have 3D versions of the movie which you’re about to view, so it does confuse wallets somewhat since you grapple with the choice between forking out nearly double to see something more realistic, or to save money and forgo this “gimmick”. read more…

Samsung Shows Off 55-inch Glasses Free 3DTV

As we’ve told you many times in the past much of the tech industry is making the shift towards 3D displays. A prime example of this is with Nintendo and their Nintendo 3DS which features a glasses-free 3D display set to drop on March 22nd. read more…

CEA Looks to Standardize 3D Glasses

3D display technology is being very popular during this time with many different manufacturers getting down on the fun. Of course, some may argue that based on sales and premium price tags, 3DTVs have yet to catch on but the numbers are growing and are expected to continue. read more…

Real3Ds Transformers 3D glasses

I don’t know if this is a fad for 3D or if it is here to stay, but now the glasses themselves are going to be individually designed.

Case in point, these Transformers themed 3D glasses. Technically, these are “role-playing” masks, not 3D, but they will work for any 3D movie. read more…

Armani Exchange now has some 3D glasses

The only other time that we have talked about Armani on this blog is when we discussed the Samsung Armani/PAVV Full HD TV.

Since 3D is about as big as…something big, I guess. The 3DV 001 AX has a “a crystal gray plastic front and sleek shiny black metal temples”. read more…

Rad Racer 3D Glasses for sale on eBay

I have been seeing a lot of 3D glasses show up, and many of them are the electric kind.

These are what my Source is calling Rad Racer 3D glasses. They are nothing more than the usual red and blue analog, really. read more…

Sanwa Releases Universal 3D Glasses in Japan

3D displays are getting a great deal of buzz but due to the premium price tag mass market adoption has yet to take place. Aside from the price, a major gripe regarding 3D displays is the fact that you need to wear 3D glasses in order to actually view the content. read more…

Xpand unveils new, universal 3D glasses

Xpand attracted lots of attention earlier this year by making 3D glasses which worked with a variety of 3D TV sets from different manufacturers, and now they’ve announced a new pair of universal 3D glasses, which they dub “You’niversal”. read more…

How to make a pair of 3-D Glasses

In case you don’t have a pair of 3-D glasses, because you just haven’t got on the 3-D bandwagon yet, here is how to make some simple ones.

All that is required is an ordinary CD case, provided that you still have CDs. read more…

VIZIO shows unannounced 65-inch passive 3D glasses on their website

For some reason, this particular 65-inch Theater 3D LCD HDTV has shown up on VIZIO’s website.

The screen is polarized for use of passive 3D glasses, which are ones that movie theaters use. read more…

Sears to sell XPAND Universal 3D Glasses

XPAND_Universal_3D_Glasses If you wish to get the 3D experience at your home, then walk in any of the Sears retail outlet as XPAND Universal is shipping its 3D glasses to this store for sale.

These glasses can work well with all the brands of 3D-ready TVs and infrared-emitting display. read more…

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