XpanD Universal 3D Glasses pictured ahead of IFA showing

Specs handle both active and passive 3D content

World's first for XpanD 3D specs

XpanD has announced the world’s first pair of Universal 3D glasses compatible with both active shutter and passive 3D systems allowing for a single pair of glasses to fulfil all your extra-dimensional viewing needs.

First discussed by the company back in March the X103 XpanD Universal 3D Glasses can be used with both home 3D television sets and 3D laptops as well as being compatible with the 3D flicks shownat movie theatres.

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With simple, lightweight frames the XpanD specs reduce the risk of headaches, ghosting and eyestrain associated with some 3D systems thanks to their fast switching active shutter solution.

Designed for the “broadest possible compatibility with today’s and tomorrow’s 3D TVs, the new 3D glasses are compatible with games, movies and TV offering full 1080p 3D resolution to each eye.

The T3 team will be on hand at IFA next week getting up close and personal to test the XpanD Universal 3D Glasses. For all the latest news and reviews on the specs stay tuned to T3.com and the T3 Twitter and Facebook feeds.