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August 24, 2010

Bit Cauldron and XpanD announce universal 3D specs

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by Janet Harris

Two manufacturers have this week announced universal 3D glasses.

Bit Cauldron’s glasses, which are said to eliminate the problem of flicker when the viewer looks away from the screen, are coming to market via Monster Cable in September priced at £165.

Monster claims that the Monster Vision Max 3D range offers the world’s first universal 3D eyewear shutter system which is said to work with all brands of 3D televisions.

The glasses use Bit Cauldron’s RF technology combined with Monster’s 3D Active Sync technology to eliminate sync issues.

XpanD has also announced a world first - universal 3D glasses which work with home 3D TVs and 3D laptops, and can also be used to watch 3D movies at the cinema.

XpanD’s glasses feature an active shutter solution that is said to reduce the risk of headaches, ghosting and eyestrain.

They will be on show at the IFA, the trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances in Berlin 3 – 8 September.

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