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Polaroid Eyewear to make RealD compatible 3D glasses

Posted in 3D by Shane McGlaun on August 19th, 2010

If you have been to the movie theater to see a 3D film recently you have probably watched with RealD 3D tech. The glasses that you get in a RealD theater all look like they were designed in the 80’s and are very flat and can be uncomfortable.

Polaroid Eyewear and RealD have announced that Polaroid will be producing a new line of 3D glasses that will work with RealD 3D technology in theaters around the world. The glasses that Polaroid is making are a more modern wrap around style that look better and might be more comfortable.

Popbox is the first set-top box to support RealD 3D

Posted in Set Top Boxes by Conner Flynn on May 21st, 2010

Popbox is the first entry-level media streamer and set top box to offer RealD 3D support, allowing you to enjoy 3D from the comfort of your living room. Broadcasting a 3D signal is as simple as sending the signal through a standard HDMI cable, but RealD will do it side-by-side, using circular-polarized light.

You might want to check to make sure your TV is capable of this kind of performance. No matter what Popbox model you own, it should be able to stream RealD content though.

Sony and RealD 3D team for home 3D gear

Posted in Sony by Shane McGlaun on December 18th, 2009

reald-logo-sgI was glad to hear this week that the specifications for 3D Blu-ray had been finalized. I was even more excited to hear that my PS3 would support 3D Blu-ray reaffirming my feeling that the PS3 is the best Blu-ray player around.

Sony and RealD announced today that they were teaming up to bring RealD 3D tech to the home in Sony TVs and other products. If you have seen a 3D film at the theater recently it was probably powered by RealD tech.

RealD announces RealD LP accessory for 3D ready projectors

Posted in Home Theater by Shane McGlaun on May 5th, 2009

reald-logo-sbI have seen several of the new breed of 3D films at the theater over the last year. The most recent was the Aliens vs. Monsters flick that used RealD technology for all the 3D goodness the film offered. I will be happy when 3D finally comes affordably to the living room so I can watch my favorite shows in 3D.

RealD has announced today a new accessory for 3D ready projectors that is design for use in the home or office on screens up to 17-feet across. The accessory is called the RealD LP and promises to bring the 3D quality from the local cinema to small venues like conference rooms and other places.