3D glasses specialist Xpand has launched what many people in the 3D TV community have been clamoring for since the first set was released earlier this year - universal 3D TV glasses.
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Up to now, if you bought a Samsung 3D TV you needed to buy Samsung 3D glasses. If you bought a Sony 3D set, you needed that company's glasses. Etc etc.
That changed today, though, as Xpand has delivered on its promise to provide a universal solution. The Universal 3D Glasses from the company are on display at this week's Cedia expo in Atlanta. Cedia is a trade show for the display market.
Before the current rollout of stereoscopic 3D TVs, Xpand specialized in producing 3D glasses for projection-based 3D sets as well as specialty glasses for specific presentations. This is the company's most mainstream product introduction yet.
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There's no word on when the glasses will actually be in stores or their price, but expect them to be available soon.