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Xpand Motorized 3D Passive Polarizer

The new polarizer adds ease-of-use to low cost of ownership for exhibitors using its passive 3D projection system.

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Motorized Mount

The motorized passive system mount makes it simple to position the XPAND Passive 3D polarization modulator in front of the projector. Once installed, it automatically detects whether the passive system is in 3D mode or not and moves to the appropriate position accordingly. It provides stable support for the passive system and can be installed even when only a small amount of room is available between the projector and the projection booth glass.

The XPAND Passive Polarization Modulator delivers cinema industry professionals with much better quality and choice than ever before. Developed to deliver performance, comfort and commercial versatility, the Passive Polarization Modulator is simple, easy to set-up and use, with no moving parts and low cost maintenance. It provides crisp, sharp images for 3D screen sizes up to 58 ft. Compatible with standard polarized 3D glasses and future proof to the rapidly evolving 3D market.

XPAND 3D offers a wide range of high-end IR and RF systems that cover spaces from 10 to more than 5,000 seats. Ranging from their fully immersive studio endorsed XPAND 3D Cinema System for standard size and large cinema venues to the XPAND ONE solution for small theaters with a maximum capacity of 125 seats. Along with their Active 3D Cinema Solution, XPAND’s Passive 3D Cinema solution was recently approved by Disney.


XPAND 3D is the global leader in 3D technologies for cinema, with systems used by almost 10,000 3D cinemas in more than 50 countries.

Visit XPAND for more info about their 3D stereoscopic passive systems and glasses .

Source: XPAND.