3D Glasses

Gadget Review has expert 3D glasses reviews so you know what models and brands to purchase. Find out what the best 3D glasses are before you go to the store. See comparisons of top-rated 3D glasses to make informed decisions. Most 3D TVs require the use of 3D glasses that utilize either active shutter 3D systems or polarized 3D technology. (Although some manufacturers, mainly Toshiba, have developed autostereoscopic 3D TV technology that doesn’t require 3D glasses).

Hands on with StreamTV Network’s glasses free 3D tech

Hands on with StreamTV Network’s glasses free 3D tech

It’s always a bit of a hassle to demo a new product at a press junket. You have a group of people crammed into a small room – usually a conference room or a hotel room – which makes things abnormally hot, and there’s almost always someone there who forgot…
NextGen 3D Active Glasses for TV Review

NextGen 3D Active Glasses for TV Review

A 3D equipped television can have one of two types of technologies in play: either it uses a polarized screen or it alternates the physical image being seen so that each of a person’s eyes sees a slightly different image. In either case, a pair of 3D glasses are needed…
TV Eyes 3-D Glasses Review

TV Eyes 3-D Glasses Review

Back when I was a kid, I used to read a lot of comic books. Even the ads were fun — catalogs advertised crazy stuff like the “Hypno” coin and “X-ray” glasses and cardboard “tanks” you could buy. I didn’t have the money then, which probably was just as well.…
Sony HMZ-T1 Personal 3D Viewer Review

Sony HMZ-T1 Personal 3D Viewer Review

The evolution of the TV might be ongoing, but one thing that’s constant is the desire for as big an image as possible. Granted that we’re all spoiled with our flat panels and front projection systems, compared to the days of the 19-inch TV tube, but “bigger is better,” continues…
Vuzix Wrap 1200 Review

Vuzix Wrap 1200 Review

Vuzix has been making video eyewear for a number of years now, but the technology is just now reaching the level of maturity that it is usable for the average consumer. Before now it was prohibitively expensive and the set up process was just too clunky for normal people. I…
Sony’s 3D OLED Glasses Tell Story Of Tron Future

Sony’s 3D OLED Glasses Tell Story Of Tron Future

Looking suspiciously like something out of Tron, the new Sony 3D OLED Glasses have me wondering if some accident in the near future doesn’t change the course of humanity, making everything look like Tron. Forever. Good, now that’s off my chest, I can tell you the grey, black and very…
Sony’s 3D Shutter Glasses Now Available Separately

Sony’s 3D Shutter Glasses Now Available Separately

So you got yourself one of those fancy new Sony 3D HDTVs, but the set only came with a couple pairs of glasses at most, if they came with any at all. Well, Sony’s got you covered now, since they’re selling the active shutter glasses separately at the Sony Store…
Sony Japan Active Shutter 3D TV Glasses And Infrared Emitter

Sony Japan Active Shutter 3D TV Glasses And Infrared Emitter

I think it’s safe to presume that you’re going to spend a significant amount of loot totally converting to 3-D TV and Blu-Ray.  Word from Sony Japan is that they’ve priced the TDG-BR100 and TDG-BR50 Active Shutter 3-D Glasses at $133 a piece. You are also going to need the…
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