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XpanD annouces universal 3D glasses

XpandD's X103 glasses will be compatible with most computer monitors and 3D TVs, as well as all cinemas currently using XpanD's technology.

XpanD is using the active shutter-glasses technology that most 3DTV manufacturers employ. However, unlike Sony or Samsung, XpanD's 3D glasses won't be tied to a single brand name or TV model.


panD's glasses achieve this universal function by receiving the infrared signal from any 3D TV, allowing it to identify the television's brand and model, and to make the adjustments necessary to display in 3D. An XpanD representative assures us the process will be completely automatic.

Each battery averages approximately 250 hours of active 3D usage, and the glasses turn off automatically when not in use.

Read the paper here in PCWorld or check the manufacturer's own website here.