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ViewSonic just announced its $99 (street) PGD-150 Active Stereographic 3D shutter glasses for its projectors, which helps to answer the question: Now that you can go out and buy 3D-ready projectors, what are you going to do with them?
That’s a question I’ve been asking as I’ve been working on ways to test the new generation of projectors, but you may have been asking the same thing about using them. There’s been lots of talk about 3D games and movies; however, when I first asked ViewSonic how to test 3D on their 3D-ready projectors, they told me I’d need stereographic glasses. And they weren’t for sale yet except as part of the Nvidia 3D Vision kit, which also required running games or movies strictly on a PC and worked only with systems using specific Nvidia video cards. Oh.
That’s just changed–at least for the particular 3D scheme that ViewSonic is using.
ViewSonic says the new glasses are designed for ViewSonic DLP Link 120-Hz, 3D-ready projectors (although they should work with any projector using TI’s DLP Link). And they’ll work from as far as 50 feet from the screen.
They come with three interchangeable nose pieces for a promised comfortable fit, and a set of nonrechargeable batteries that ViewSonic says will last for 70 hours of use. ViewSonic also says the glasses are designed for heavy classroom use, which hopefully means they can survive at home too.
Now I’m just waiting for a 3D upgrade for my Blu-ray player and the full HD 3D version of Avatar on disc.
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