A news report says LG will sell 3D glasses for only AUD $79, making them much cheaper than the reported US $150 Samsung will charge US consumers for 3D glasses, but with no “standard” for active-shutter 3D glasses, will LG’s glasses work properly with other brands?
Just yesterday we reported on the Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses that will try to go toe-to-toe with Google Glass. The smart eye wear runs on Android, and will be released later this year for under $500. The video below is actually more like an interview, and it’s actually quite fascinating.
I'm looking for video display glasses that can display from my Galaxy S3. This is for gym use. There are plenty that take iPhone input, but I haven't seen any that advertise MHL input. I don't want to use an MHL to HDMI adapter, since the external power requirement there does not work well in the gym, and many of these glasses don't support HDMI, any way.
If you have already seen Google’s keynote on this years Google IO 2012, then you are well aware of the grand entrance Google provided on one of their latest and most compelling projects, Google Glasses.
A recent survey has shown that technology manufacturers still have a way to go to win over an audience for 3D electronics. In particular, the requirement for glasses with 3D tech was seen as a major negative, and then there is a problem with cost and confusion over the hardware requirements.