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The new X102 active shutter glasses from XpanD don't need a separate emitter when used with 3D-ready DLP HDTVs and projectors.

Last week, XpanD began shipping its second-generation X102 DLP-link glasses for 3D television. Unlike most active shutter glasses, these don’t need to have a separate emitter in order to sync with the 3D television. These glasses support 3D-ready HDTVs and projectors that use DLP technology. The display will flash a signal to the glasses to switch from one eye to the other. This feature is called DLP-Link and eliminates the need for extra components in the TV or projector.

Posted by Alfred Poor, June 14, 2010 6:00 AM

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Alfred Poor is a well-known display industry expert, who writes the daily HDTV Almanac. He wrote for PC Magazine for more than 20 years, and now is focusing on the home entertainment and home networking markets.