CEA begins process to standardize 3D glasses


The world is filled with many variations of 3D eyewear. Wouldn’t it be great if there was some kind of standardization so we could be sure the glasses were actually, um, good? CEA, or the Consumer Electronics Association, is trying to do just that.

The association has just put in a request or proposals on a standard IR sync interface for active 3D glasses. As such, it is asking companies to join the 3D Technologies Working Group. These companies will have to work fast though, as proposals are due by March 31st. Of this year, in case you were wondering.

The ultimate goal here to make sure all pairs of 3D glasses work with every TV released, so you won’t get caught with your figurative(or literal, if you are creepy) pants down. Good luck, guys!