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3D displays market trends detailed in new research report

3D display, also known as stereo display, is a technology capable of providing three-dimensional visualization. 3D displays require 3D glasses to view the content and have better experience.- Advertisement -- Upgrade your free trial to WhaTech Pro to remove advertising -Introduction:The basic technique of 3D displays is to separately display offset images to the right and left eye. A 3D depth perception is then generated by combining both 2D offset images in the viewer’s brain.- Advertisement...

The Manufacturers Are Finally Standardizing 3D Glasses...Together

Big news from Panasonic, Samsung and Sony: they're teaming-up to put a stop to this silly trend of being forced into buying expensive 3D glasses that only work with one manufacturer's 3DTV, and will use Xpand's glasses from next year.While it's possible this attempt at standardizing the market will just prove xkcd's comic correct once again, the fact that three of the biggest names are throwing their weight behind the Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative is actually looking good for us consumers.In...

Panasonic, Xpand 3D Propose a Standard for Active 3D Glasses

10:31 PM PDT 3/28/2011 by Carolyn Giardina The initiative is designed to promote acceptance of 3D-ready TVs and computers. Panasonic and Xpand 3D has introduced new technology that the companies hope could bring compatibility between the 3D glasses used for different brands of 3DTVs, computers, home projectors and cinema projection. Currently, all 3D glasses are not the same. And that can be a hassle for consumers. With this in mind, Panasonic and Xpand have introduced M-3DI technology,...