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Yeah! You read it correctly. Now one can use the Samsung 3D glasses with the rival Panasonic’s TV and enjoy the best possible 3D experience. All that needs to be done is wear the Samsung 3D glasses upside down. This truly sounds weird but it isn’t a myth.

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The incompatibility of 3D glasses with different brands of TVs was being considered as the major reason for the customers not accepting them with open hands. Why will I buy 3D glasses that won’t work at my friends home just because he has another brands TV? Same was the problem being faced by the rest of 3D loving crowd out there.
Though plenty of stands were defined and written in the year 2009 so that Full HD 3D technology grows exponentially yet somehow the think tank behind those standards forgot to mention the uniformly accepted standard for active shutter glasses. Thankfully though, one can now enjoy 3D experience on a Panasonic TV if he wears the Samsung 3D glasses upside down. Also, this weird discovery was confirmed by Samsung’s research and development chief Simon Lee. He explained that the two brands (namely Samsun and Panasonic) have reversed the implementation of polarising lenses in their eyewear henceforth, once turned upside down, Samsung’s 3D glasses work perfectly with Panasonic TV. Though, one surely looks stupid wearing them upside down.

“I think that it’s likely that the different manufacturers will come together, possibly as early as next year, to agree a common standard for Active Shutter glasses,” Lee said.

[via Gizmodo]


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