Big TV manufacturers like Panasonic, Samsung Electronics and Sony recently announced plans to jointly develop a specification for 3D active-shutter glasses based on Bluetooth wireless technology. The companies’ Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative is designed to standardize consumer 3D active glasses, enabling “universal” glasses that would work with Panasonic, Samsung and Sony 3DTVs, as well as potentially others.
The new standardization can help out consumers as the price of 3D glass should eventually drop in price. According to an article by Multichannel News, the general public hasn’t exactly welcomed 3D at home with open arms. Manufacturers hope that this new way of production will increase availability and interest to a broader audience.