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CEA aims to standardize 3D glasses

Posted on Sunday, March 13 2011 @ 00:55:02 CET by

TG Daily reports the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) aims to standardize stereoscopic 3D glasses to ensure broad compatibility:
The group, which is the trade organization in the US responsible for overseeing the electronics industry here, says there needs to be a new wave of 3D glasses that can work among all TV brands.

There can be a universal standard, but it requires the makers of the glasses to account for varying signals. Right now, a pair of Samsung 3D glasses will only work on a Samsung 3D TV, Sony glasses will only work on Sony TVs, etc.



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