The new Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative which we first mentioned back in August, aims to bring standardisation to 3D glasses allowing consumers to use the same 3D active shutter glasses on any 3D device, has finally been agreed and starts today.
Panasonic, Samsung, Sony and X6D Limited have today announced they are now collaborating on the standardisation of RF and IR systems for 3D active shutter glasses and 3D displays for televisions, personal computer monitors and projectors, as well as 3D theatres utilising XPAND 3D active shutter glasses. Making it easier for consumers to be able to use just one pair of glasses across all devices.
“The Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative – formed in 2011 by Panasonic Corporation, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., Sony Corporation and X6D Limited (XPAND 3D) – will set a new technology standard for consumer 3D active shutter glasses, aiming to provide consumers with a more convenient and high-quality 3D viewing experience.”
Now with the successful launch of the Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative licensing program signed and sealed, a new test centre will open later this month, which has been created to verify the compliance of any products manufactured under the new Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative license program.
Source: Market Watch
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