3DTV

  • Kogan selling 3D Active Shutter glasses for $49

    One of the biggest complaints about 3DTV is the high cost of the glasses. This is particularly an issue if you need multiple pairs for gatherings. While bigger manufacturers are charging up to $200 for each pair, online retailer Kogan are making the 3D glasses much more affordable at...
  • Forget active-shutter, how about active-eyelid 3D ?

    One of the more unique approaches to the 3D glasses problem is to use your eyelids as active shutters. Most 3DTV’s work by presenting an image to each eye while the other is blocked, this happens so fast that your brain interprets it as a single image with much...
  • TiVo jumps on the 3D bandwagon

    TiVo is the latest in a long line of manufacturers to catch the 3D bug, announcing today they will support 3D channels. If you live in a major city, you may be getting a 3D channel right night, try rescanning your channels. The TiVo is capable of interpreting this...
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