Items tagged with 3D glasses

Imagine that you're sitting there watching a 3D Blu-ray flick and you're in the middle of an intense scene. Bullets, shrapnel, and chickens are flying off the screen when the bad guy is finally about to get what he deserves, and then...blurriness. Say what? Sorry sport, your 3D glasses just lost their charge, time to plug them in and pick up where you left off later. Boo! Maybe that or something similar has happened to you or maybe not. Either way, Nvidia just announced an updated version of its 3D Vision wireless glasses kit that provide 50 percent longer battery life from a single charge. That... Read more...
It's hard to get your game on when, on your first date, you promise a home cooked meal followed by a viewing of Avatar in full 3D splendor. It's not that you can't cook -- if that's the case, order take-out before she gets there and pop it in the oven -- but there's just no way to look pimp wearing a pair of 3D glasses. No matter how you slice it, donning a pair of dorky 3D specs is an inconvenience in more ways than one and is one of the biggest barriers in bringing 3D into the mainstream. Enter Toshiba, which according to reports has put itself in position to deliver the world's first 3D television... Read more...
Although 3D TV is starting to catch on, it certainly doesn't come without a price. Currently, Amazon.com and a few other online resellers are selling Samsung 55-inch 3D LED HDTV television sets with a price tag of around $3,000. While the TVs have received a lot of hype and good previews, there is a hidden cost that you'll want to keep in mind if you're considering one of these sets. Because the sets don't come with 3D glasses, you'll need to buy those separately in order to view the 3D content on the Samsung screen. Samsung's 3D active glasses (model SSG-2100AB) will cost a whopping $150 each.... Read more...