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Xpand Universal 3DTV Glasses Coming This June

Ami Dror, Chief Strategy Officer for Xpand, says the company’s X101 glasses are used in most 3D theaters outside of America. These active glasses are designed to work with projectors that cycle at 144 frames per second using a “triple flash” technology where it cycles to each eye three times for a movie frame.

Xpand recently announced a deal with Mitsubishi with its X102 glasses, which use a technology called “DLP Link” that puts a tiny flash of white light into a black interstitial frame to control the shutters. This is called active shutter. This will work with 20 projectors using TI’s DLP technology, as well as DLP TVs.

The next set of glasses being released are called the X103 series, and they are designed to be universal active shutter glasses, which will be able to interpret the signals from all the major 3DTV sets – Panasonic, LG, Samsung, Sony, as well as the signals used in Nvidia 3D Vision glasses. The glasses to be in stores by June, and will come in 12 colors. Final pricing wasn’t set yet, but it will probably be in the $125 to $150 range.

Posted: March 14th, 2010
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