This week we're to understand from a press release sent out by the lot of them that Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, and slightly lesser known X6D Limited (of XPAND 3D fame) has started up its licensing program by the name of "Full HD 3D Glasses initiative"
which is attempting to standardize the use of 3D active shutter glasses for consumers. It's sort of like Foreigner
but with less music and a whole lot more wild and crazy flippy flappy glasses to make your eyes feel like they're in a whole new world, if you know what I mean. Does this seem like a good thing to you?