Title says it all really. Take a look at the first cross-compatible 3D glasses coming out in the next few months in this article by iWaggle3D.
Well Im all for it if it can eliminate headaches and eyestrain I cannot look at my 3D TV in 3D mode for any longer than 1 hour without getting a massive headache and dizzyness.
I've tried it out and never had any problems with headaches. I guess it depends on the person. This is a good thing that they're making universal shutter glasses; now we'll be able to take them to a friend's house who doesn't have enough pairs of 3D glasses.
I finally got my mother to try out my new 3D set. Word from the wise.... wip3out HD is NOT the best game with which to introduce people to 3D. She nearly puked on the spot. It was awesome.
Interesting. This Glasses are pricey, but taking into account production costs, makes sense.
They are not the first xpand where the first.
Did you read the article? "Leading company in all things 3D XpanD will start the ball rolling by releasing their Universal 3D Glasses (Model no. X103)." OT - is a step in the right direction, but i'm still waiting for glassless 3d, next year hopefully.
This article, including the links, actually changed my mind to think that maybe 3D may catch on. After all the price will come down and get more user friendly possibly leading to a high adoption rate within the next 2 years. However if they can get glassless 3D to work properly, who knows what might happen. We must watch on with interest.
wait, why would i buy universal glasses with ugly writing all over them for $130 when i can buy official sony ones for $150? doesnt make alot of sense to me. i understand they could work on any tv, but until the price goes down i dont see a big adoption of cross tv glasses.
the samsung ones i have now to have support for a lithium recharger. and fallout newvegas looks good in 3d.
I'd rather buy an Auto-stereotopic TV supposedly available for consumer purchase in the next few years.Toshiba has already made a workable prototype,and we all know about the 3DS...so the tech isn't far away.
The glassless tech is here, just it has screen size limitations. Thats why large screen could take a while to perfect.
Not just that resolution,viewing angle, response time, and the fact it looks nothing like 3d with glasses It looks like a bit of added depth not something coming out of screen. I saw demo I CES a while ago. People will demand it; then it will come and people will abandon as soon as they see how terrible it is. Any one who understands the tech around it will understand how will never compete to 3d with glasses its impossible.
It also has horrid limitations in viewing angle/distance + the 3D effect sucks compared to shutter glasses. I wish everyone waiting for glassless TVs go out and try the two different techs for themselves and then decide. You're fooling yourself if you think it looks the same.
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