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Tweet LG have announced that their rechargeable AG-S100 3D glasses are now available at shops across the UK for £99.99. Unlike the slightly less expensive battery-powered 3D active shutter glasses, this model from LG can be recharged using a USB … Continue reading
Tweet OK, I don’t get this. Can someone explain to me why each 3DTV manufacturer’s 3D glasses are incompatible with each other, apart from the obvious profit motive? Let’s say you buy a 3DTV from Sony, with Sony’s 3D glasses. … Continue reading
Tweet 3D Panasonic Glasses TY-EW3D10 The Panasonic 3D plasma Viera TV’s come with two sets of 3D glasses, but if you need more, the model number is TY-EW3D10, and they’ll set you back £100 per pair. Don’t sit on them!
Tweet There’s an interesting write-up about the adoption of 3DTV over at GLG, although the author seems to be anonymous. The article looks at two issues standing in the way of mass adoption of 3DTV… standardisation (of 3DTV production, transmission, … Continue reading