One pair of 3D glasses to rule them all?
Subject: Displays | March 16, 2011 - 09:27 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
As their name implies the XPAND X103 Universal 3D Glasses are intended to work with any active shutter 3D displays, saving you from purchasing multiple pairs. MissingRemote couldn't pass up the chance to test this, especially as they have access to several 3D enabled displays from different vendors. Seeing as the price of the glasses is in line with other single use styles, if the compatibility claims are correct you will save yourself some money down the road. As it turns out, with a little calibration work, they do indeed live up to their name.
"This wouldn’t be so bad if the glasses were inexpensive, but with glasses costing over $100 each, not too many consumers are going to be stockpiling glasses for a rare group viewing. Furthermore, those 3D glasses might be worthless if a 2nd 3D display or replacement 3D display is purchased from another manufacturer. This is where XPAND steps in and attempts to alleviate the problem with their line of universal 3D glasses. Today, we’ll be taking a look at the XPAND X103 universal 3D glasses."
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