An Independant Study Over The Debate Of Active and Passive 3DTV Glasses

An independent study from TCO Development says there are some differences between Active and Passive 3D glasses. Passive 3D Glasses produced 3D images that tended to bleed into one another at a higher rate. Active 3D Glasses have a higher vertical resolution than passive 3D Glasses but also transmit white images at a luminance that was three times lower than passive 3D Glasses.

By Amar Toor posted May 2nd 2011 6:03PM The debate over active and passive 3DTV glasses has, for the most part, been riddled with biased claims (and more than a little mudslinging) from TV manufacturers on both sides of the aisle.

It seems that there is a ongoing debate that will be debated for a while longer. It remindes me of the Blue Ray disc and the HD disc showdown. I think once this issuse gets put to rest the 3D TV industry will see a dramitic rise in sales. For everyone to have the best home theater experience possible there needs to be just one single standard of 3D glasses that will please everyone and also be compatable with all 3D TV’s.


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