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The fight between the active shutter glasses 3D technology favored by TV manufacturers like Samsung, Panasonic and Sony against the Film Pattern Retarder (FPR) passive glasses 3D technology being pushed by LG got uglier this week. The Wall Street Journal points out LG's print ads currently running...

March 11th 2011 at 4:32am 0 Comments
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Acer's already rolled out a few 3D-capable monitors (among other products), but none quite like it's new GN245HQ model, which the company notes is the "first 3D monitor in the world" to support NVIDIA's HDMI 3D solution. That means you'll be able to view 3D content from a connected set-top box or B...

February 9th 2011 at 8:51am 0 Comments
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We didn't spot these in their CES booth, but Samsung recently got FCC approval for these SSG-3100GB 3D glasses that feature the style used on last year's specs, but with Bluetooth sync for its new 2011 3DTVs. Of course they don't have the super-light cachet of its wireless charging Silhouette-desig...

January 26th 2011 at 4:11pm 0 Comments
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Who's got two thumbs and needs glasses to see 3D? Not this guy! Francois Vogel's figured out a way to remove those pesky spectacles from the equation, and he's ready to revolutionize the stereoscopic industry forever. Sure, you'll need a monitor with a 120Hz refresh rate, but that's a prerequisit...

January 15th 2011 at 3:40pm 0 Comments
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We weren't able to check out the customization features of XpanD's latest active shutter LCD 3D glasses, but we did get to try them on at their booth for a moment. They're markedly lighter than the company's other 3D specs and the side pods for the battery and settings storage seem to do a decent j...

January 10th 2011 at 1:12am 0 Comments
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Passive 3D seems to be the new home entertainment hotness at CES this year, but that doesn't mean the industry has given up on active shutter. Case in point, Freescale Semiconductor and RealD have announced they're developing an "enhanced 3D active eyewear solution" that combines Freescale's RF4CE...

January 7th 2011 at 7:02pm 0 Comments