3D Glasses

Samsung Delivers 3D TV Glasses to the Masses

Samsung Delivers 3D TV Glasses to the Masses

If you'll remember back in April, Samsung let the world know about a little deal they'd be running in which with every purchase of one of their LED or plasma 3D HDTVs, you'd get two pairs of Active 3D glasses for free. That time has come, ladies and gentlemen, here come the glasses. For everyone who purchased a 2011 Samsung 3D TV from an authorized Samsung retailer between April 24th 2011 and June 25th 2011, it's time for you to grab your two free sets o' glasses.

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2D Glasses, 3D No More

2D Glasses, 3D No More

3D is all the rage these days, apparently. I've already made my position clear when it comes to what I'm now going to dub faux-3D, because it isn't real, you see. I will repeat it here for posterity. It is bad. And I'm not the only one that thinks so. There are some reports that say that 3D might even be hazardous to your health. Some of my friends, over here at 2d-glasses.com have already taken the initiative and blocked one style of 3D forevermore. Read more for how they did it.

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3D TV’s All Over the Place, Really?

3D TV’s All Over the Place, Really?

Most new-TV's coming out next year are going to be featuring 3D technology. Many of them are going to be featuring the active-shutter style of 3D, where instead of the red/cyan (pictured) or polarized glasses there is some kind of device that blocks each eye at the same time the specific image on the screen is projected in turn to produce the three dimensional effect. Really? I thought we'd all passed on this terrible idea back when everyone stopped using the VirtualBoy.

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Dolby introduces reusable next generation 3D glasses for theaters

Dolby introduces reusable next generation 3D glasses for theaters

Dolby is mostly known for the technology it has developed for sound over the years. We are all familiar with Dolby Digital from going to the movies and watching movies at home. Dolby has announced that it will be offering a new line of 3D glasses that will work with Dolby 3D Digital Cinema movie systems installed in theaters around the country. The glasses are pretty ugly in all honesty.

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Inside The Mitsubishi Mobile Marketing Showroom: Massive 82 and 92-inch 3D TVs

Inside The Mitsubishi Mobile Marketing Showroom: Massive 82 and 92-inch 3D TVs

Currently the world’s largest mass-produced rear-projection flat screen, the Mitsubishi 92-inch 3D TV was first unveiled at CES earlier this year. But this morning we got an up close and personal look at the mammoth flat screen along with its 82-inch sibling at the Mitsubishi Mobile Marketing Showroom. It is truly an immersive cinematic experience to be had if you can afford the price, the space, and don't mind looking like a complete dork sometimes---as illustrated below.

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Samsung Silhouette World’s Lightest 3D Glasses Available March

Samsung Silhouette World’s Lightest 3D Glasses Available March

You would be hard pressed to walk by a TV display in any electronics store and not find a 3D display touting the benefits of the technology. However, this latest trend to hit the TV market also requires the viewer to wear unflattering and even uncomfortable 3D glasses. And so, Samsung and Silhouette Eyewear joined forces to solve this dllemna with a pair of 3D glasses that will make you forget you were wearing them at all.

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Armani Exchange 3D Eyewear Revealed

Armani Exchange 3D Eyewear Revealed

Adding to the ever-increasing collection of big-name brands and fashion lines delivering 3D eyewear to the market, Armani has today announced their first ever 3D eyewear to be released by A|X Armani Exchange. The aesthetic for these glasses is described as a fusion of 80's retro with a modern yet classic navigator shape. These glasses work with "the most popular 3D format found in movie theaters" which we're just going to assume means RealD. These glasses also have an array of features which makes them seem like a pretty good candidate for everyday use as well as for chilling in the theater watching Tron Legacy, Freddy's Dead, or Pig Robots from Planet 9.

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Sanwa Universal 3D Glasses Work on 3D TVs from Japan Only

Sanwa Universal 3D Glasses Work on 3D TVs from Japan Only

Sanwa has recently unveiled a pair of brand new 3D glasses that the company claims are universal. However, Sanwa's definition of universal seems to be a bit more "defined," then some might imagine. The company has announced that these new universal 3D glasses will work with a wide range of 3D TVs, but here's the kicker: they have to be from a Japanese company.

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Samsung 3D Glasses Hands On

Samsung 3D Glasses Hands On

Samsung made their presence known at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, making sure that they had plenty of gadgets, and devices, on display to show off. We've already seen their cameras, along with the world's thinnest 3D Blu-ray player, and now the company is showing off their 3D glasses.

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