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Wednesday, November 09, 2011
Licensing Program for Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative Begins


Panasonic, Samsung, Sony and X6D Limited (XPAND 3D) today announced that the licensing program of "Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative", an initiative to standardize 3D active shutter glasses for consumers, has recently begun.

Infrared (IR) and Bluetooth enabled radio frequency (RF) system 3D active glasses technologies are licensed within the licensing program. All information including licensing fees and process requirements to become a licensee, are available on the Initiative's official website and the application can be submitted on www.fullhd3Dglasses.com

In early August, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony and XPAND 3D announced their intent to collaborate on the standardization of RF and IR system protocols between consumer 3D active shutter glasses and 3D displays such as televisions, personal computer monitors and projectors, as well as 3D theaters utilizing XPAND 3D active shutter glasses. Twelve companies, of which are Changhong Electric Co., Ltd.; FUNAI Electric Co., Ltd.; Hisense Electric Co., Ltd.; Hitachi Consumer Electronics Co., Ltd.; Mitsubishi Electric Corporation; Royal Philips Electronics; Seiko Epson Corporation; Sharp Corporation; SIM2 Multimedia S.p.A.; TCL Corporation; Toshiba Corporation and ViewSonic Corporation have expressed their support for the activities of the Initiative.

The companies plan to open a test center later this month, which will verify the compliance of any products manufactured under the new Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative license program-within the Initiative's specifications.


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