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LG Electronics AG-F310DP Cinema 3D Dual Play Gaming Glasses (2 Pair) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • The comfortable, lightweight and battery free design makes watching 3D TV and movies enjoyable.
  • Compatible with LG's LM and CM series of TVs.
  • Cleaning cloth included
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: LG
  • Model: AG-F310DP

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 6.4 x 1.9 inches ; 0.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007VQLJ60
  • Item model number: AG-F310DP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 19, 2012

Product Description

LG's Dual Play glasses enable two gamers to see separate views at the same time on the same TV.

Customer Reviews

Being able to play split screen games on a full screen is great.
Ben Rydzewski
There is a slight issue with a very light transparent view of the other players screen can be seen, but it is not distracting unless you attempt to look for it.
reallyme07
They also are a great way for someone to watch a movie in 2D while everyone else is watching 3D.
Kindle Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

84 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Brandon Burgener on August 22, 2012
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Hello this is my video review of the LG Dual Play Glasses, no more complaints who gets to be which buy or what screen is better, now become the whole screen with the Lg Dual Play glasses, only supports 2 player-split-screen, and must be an LG dual Play capable TV. Comments, Questions or Concerns Please Post Below and I will answer as soon as I can Thanks.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Dan on November 19, 2012
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We recently purchased an LG 55LM7600 TV, which has LG's passive 3D technology. This is our first 3D TV. The LG representative that happened to be at the store the day that we bought the TV told us about these glasses. Considering that we are gamers, we were highly interested in trying these out.

The first thing you need to understand about these glasses is that they are different than the standard 3D glasses used with LG 3D TVs. These are specifically designed to be used with the Dual Play feature, not 3D. You will NOT be able to use your regular 3D glasses for Dual Play, nor can you use these glasses for 3D content.

The purpose of these glasses is to allow you to use Dual Play, LG's branding for a gaming-only feature on their 3D TVs. Basically, Dual Play allows you to take what would normally be a split screen multiplayer gaming session (two players only), and each play with a full screen. One pair of glasses allows you to see player one's screen, while the other pair allows you to see player two's screen.

We used these glasses while gaming on an Xbox 360, although they do work with other video game consoles. As of now, we've tested two different games with these glasses: Halo 4 and Call of Duty Black Ops 2. We had very different experiences with each game.

Halo 4 split screen was an "okay" experience with Dual Play. Halo 4 is not designed specifically for Dual Play, much like most games on the market. With that said, in order to successfully use the Dual Play feature, we had to wait until the split screen actually showed up on the TV to turn on Dual Play. Turning on Dual Play for Halo 4 simply involved turning 3D on for the TV, using the vertical split option (one screen on top, the other on the bottom).
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Mrblurr on April 3, 2013
So these are at a good price and are pretty nice glasses for gaming (thus the 4 star), but if you have bought a LG 3d tv and want to play games splitscreen but don't want to shell out the cash, here's how.

Simply pry open the regular glasses that came with your TV from the top. There is a lining you can probably see. Once you pop out the edges by the hinges, then you can pull out the flimsy lens part. Just do this to a left eye and then a right on another pair. Switch those 2 lenses you just removed to the other glasses and snap the plastic back together. Done. You now have 2 pairs of Gaming glasses.

Lots of companies will try to get you to pay $10-30 for a pair or 2 or 4 of these when you can make them if you have a couple extra pairs you aren't using. Mine came with 4 pairs, so I have 2 pairs for 3D viewing and 2 pairs for gaming. Just use fingernail polish or a permanent marker to mark the Gaming ones so you don't get them mixed up.

That said, these are a pretty decent deal and if I could not have done the above fix (or if I just didn't have more than 2 pairs) then I would have bought these.

Hope this review helps people.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Tyler D. Shannon on February 19, 2013
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So to not get to wordy or nerdy on how everything works..im just going to tell you the two functions of these glasses. On normal passive 3d glasses each lens picks up a different picture which creates the 3d depth. So not only are these glasses great for video games and playing against one another..but there also great for a party of people where some people dont like the 3d effect. Maybe there sensitve to motion or something, so when there's a group of us watching a 3d movie, some people can wear these glasses and they can see the image clearly...just without 3d, which helps 3d movies be more friendly to non-3d movie lovers.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Christopher R. Wren on August 23, 2012
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On an LG 55LM7600 there is some ghosting from the other player's screen, particularly when there are high contrast edges, like hardight in a dark room. I don't know if there are games that support this mode explicitly, but Portal 2 only has split screen modes, so the TV must stretch those half screens out to fill the whole screen. As a result, things end up a little distorted: for side-by-side mode, things will look wider than they should; for top-bottom mode things look tall and skinny.

Still, it's a pretty compelling experience. Portal 2 local co-op mode plays more like remote co-op: you can't just look at the other player's view, so you have to talk more and use the in-game pointing tools.

One thing I forgot: one pair lets you play, but then nobody can watch. I ordered another pair to support spectators.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Steven Webb on January 24, 2013
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If you have a game that is written to work with dual play these glasses work really well. Although there is a little cross talk between screens, it doesn't affect game play. For those games not specifically written for dual play the graphics can be slightly distorted, but again this does not really affect game play. The major reason I bought these is to keep my son from screen watching when playing against me on Modern Warfare. It gives him a huge advantage since he has the maps memorized. These glasses definitely leveled the playing field. I even won a couple matches.
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