XpanD pulled the wraps off a new line of active shutter 3D glasses at CES called the X103. The new glasses promise to surpass the specifications needed for 3D viewing and have a stylish appearance. I think most passive glasses look better personally.
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The glasses are designed to work with 3D LCD laptops and desktop monitors as well as LCD, DLP, and plasma TVs. The glasses will work with just about any product that plays 3D encoded content at 120fps.
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The X103 glasses use a special fast switching liquid crystal cell called the pi-cell that acts as a shutter to alternatively block each eye. The glasses come in different colors and can be had with prescription lenses.
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