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Active 3D Glasses for Mitsubishi 3D TV
Mark Peters : June 13th 2011 - 23:01 CET
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XPANDActive 3D Glasses for any Mitsubishi 3D-TV : Xpand announced to supply Active 3D Glasses for Mitsubishi Televisions in North America. Xpand, the global market leader in active 3D technology for home cinema and education applications, will supply two models of Xpand Active 3D glasses for 3D capable Mitsubishi TVs. One set of Active 3D glasses will feature a single pair of 3D glasses designed for Mitsubishi 2011 television models with a built-in 3D emitter. The second will include a single pair of 3D glasses with an external emitter, offering a complete single viewer 3D solution for any Mitsubishi 3D-TV.

Active 3d glasses

Xpand Active 3D Glasses
The active 3D glasses from Xpand are stylish and lightweight, incorporating a host of design innovations to provide vivid, accurate 3D viewing. The Active 3D glasses for Mitsubishi 3D Televisions offer high transparency and a high contrast ratio for brighter, clearer images, while their ergonomic design ensures users’ comfort even when worn for extended periods of time.

Mitsubishi 3d

Mitsubishi 3D Active Glasses
The Active 3D glasses offered by Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America are compliant with the M-3DI standard for 3D active-shutter eyewear products, designed to establish compatibility among 3D televisions, personal computers, home projectors and cinema projection. Mitsubishi Electric is a founding member of M-3DI and one of the world’s first companies to feature M-3DI capability for its 3D glasses.
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