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Samsung and Panasonic 3D glasses
Samsung & Panasonic have new 3D glasses coming

01 Sep 2010 | Rasmus Larsen |

It seems that Samsung and Panasonic are not completely satisfied with their current 3D glasses. Both manufacturers have announced new 3D glasses that will be sold later this year. Panasonic also plans to introduce children's glasses.

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Samsung’s new 3D glasses

3D glasses are not totally cool but they are necessary at the moment so let’s try to get the best out of this. At least Panasonic and Samsung will try and both have listened to some of the criticism and want to introduce new 3D glasses soon.

Samsung's new 3D glasses will be on shelves in the last quarter of 2010 and probably unveiled on IFA 2010 in Berlin this September. According to Samsung the new 3D glasses will let more light pass through to enable better 3D viewing as well as reduce crosstalk.

Samsung’s new 3D glasses
Samsung’s new 3D glasses


The glasses will also use a new design that is closer fitted to the head and is better screened at the sides.

Panasonic’s new 3D glasses

Panasonic’s new 3D glasses have been unveiled in Japan together with a new range of plasma TVs with built-in 3D Blu-ray players. The glasses have been announced in three variants, including one for younger viewers (TY-EW3DS2W).

Panasonic’s new 3D glasses
Panasonic’s new 3D glasses


The two other 3D glasses are targeted at adults (TY-EW3D2LW and TY-EW3D2MW). The difference is that one of these is rechargeable via USB and the other will run on batteries.

Panasonic’s new 3D glasses are also fitted closer to the head. Panasonic emphasizes that the weight of these glasses is reduced to 32-40 grams, the lightest on the market according to Panasonic.

Both glasses are expected to be exhibited on IFA 2010 in Berlin.



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