XPAND (DLP®-Link™) 3D Glasses
XPAND (DLP®-Link™) 3D Glasses, the new member of XPAND Lite Family, were designed on the basis of XPAND’s home cinema quality 3D Glasses model to offer the same line of 3D glasses for single chip DLP® projectors and televisions using DLP®-Link™ 3D communication.
XPAND 3D Glasses Lite IR/RF
Extremely light in design, universally compatible and affordable active 3D glasses feature two models, each with its own 3D sync protocol. You can choose either Radio Frequency (like for example Bluetooth™) or Infrared 3D Sync.
YOUniversal Electronic 3D Eyewear
YOUniversal Electronic 3D Eyewear features sleek design, light frames in different sizes and colours and 3D personalization. On top of that: together with RF Dongle they are truly universal – they work with most of 3D devices, no matter what 3D sync method they use: IR or Radio Frequency (like for example Bluetooth™)
XPAND Edux 3 3D Glasses (DLP®-Link 3D Glasses)
The new generation of XPAND DLP®-Link 3D Glasses, XPAND Edux 3 3D Glasses feature lighter frame, new frame colour and new type of battery. Edux 3 3D Glasses are powered by standard button-cell CR2032 battery!
XPAND Stereoscopic 3D Player is a full-featured 3D movie player. Play stereoscopic movie files and 3D-DVDs, watch stereoscopic webcast as well as live images from your camera or TV card.
Presente3D, Ribbon Bar Add-on for Microsoft PowerPoint® enables you to set depth to every element in the slideshow and to embed 3D objects in PowerPoint® presentations.
How 3D Works
Human eye normally sees things in 3D. But how does that happen? What makes us see the spatial depth?
Ways to see 3D
Since the 50’s there has been a huge leap in the 3D technology – and still today there are a couple of them.
XPAND Active Shutter 3D
So how does XPAND technology recreate 3D and why it is the best 3D technology in the world today?