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Hello, I’m Yoo-chul Kim and I am in charge of software and global R&D strategy in the CTO Technology Strategy Team. What did you think of my last post, ‘Delving into the 3D TV Technology Dispute through Picture Quality’. Following that post, Today, we are going to talk about the glasses, which is an important factor in choosing 3D TVs.
Seeing AVATAR on 3D was one of the things that helped bring the gorgeous world of James Cameron to life. Experiencing AVATAR on 3D in your own home theater can bring back the original theatrical viewing in a new way. By choosing the best and ultimate 3D home theater system or bundle for your home theater, you can experience the company of the Na’vi world of Pandora any time you want in its realistic 3D glory. Whether you are seeking the ultimate 3D TV package deals and bundles or simply wanting the facts on what’s available, read on for the
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Did you keep your AVATAR 3D glasses after you left the movie theater? Many people saw AVATAR in 3D, in normal 3D or IMAX 3D. You get your special glasses when you give them your ticket, but you don’t always have to hand the glasses back. If you still have the RealD 3D glasses, will you be able to use them to watch AVATAR at home? There is a difference between IMAX 3D glasses and other 3D glasses; active 3D technology and passive 3D technology. Will either work on a home release of AVATAR in 3D?
If you’re planning to pick up a Sony television to enjoy 3D Blu-rays and TV, you’ll need the glasses to go with it. And unless you pick up the LX900 series, you’re going to need a transmitter too.
Sony’s 3D glasses do pretty much what you’d expect them to do. There’s no exciting new functionality, just your standard pair of 3D glasses. They use an IR sensor to get sync information from your TV and they manage to look nice, as far as 3D glasses can look nice.
Plastic 3D Glasses technology is certainly here to stay and in a big way. Active shutter will be a big player as well in the 3D world. XpanD x103 is a brand of active shutter glasses that enables you to see 3D images on different brands of televisions and other devices like Blu-Ray DVD players and more.
The Xpan x103 active shutter, plastic 3D glasses will work on almost all new 3D-ready HDTV’s, no matter who manufactures them. The competition is already fierce, there are many electronic manufactures, like Samsung, Sony, Pioneer ect that are predicting that the market will become flooded with a need for the product in the near future with this cutting edge starting to become prevalent and affordable to the mass markets.
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