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PlayStation 3 3D Glasses

by Sony
PlayStation 3
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (350 customer reviews) 52 answered questions

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  • Best-in-class active 3D quality delivers full HD playback without the resolution loss of passive 3D
  • Fully immersive vision universally compatible with ACTIVE 3D TVs and exclusively supports SimulView technology
  • Lightweight, stylish design allows you to focus on the game with maximum comfort. Minimizes 3D crosstalk and reduces "ghosting" effects
  • Built-in rechargeable batteries let you play up to 30 hours without interruption
  • Optimized to sync seamlessly with the PlayStation 3D Display
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  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00562O8U0
  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 13, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (350 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #492 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

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PlayStation 3D glasses are universal Active Shutter 3D glasses designed to optimize the PlayStation Stereoscopic 3D experience for gaming, movies and other visual content. The glasses are designed for use paired with the PlayStation 3D display, but their universal design also makes them compatible with most Active Shutter 3D displays for viewing of high definition 3D content.* The glasses also feature exclusive SimulView technology for local co-op and competitive multiplayer gaming scenarios.** Additional features include: a lightweight design, 30-hour rechargeable batteries and minimized crosstalk distortion.

PlayStation 3D glasses
Unleash true PlayStation stereoscopic 3D for gaming, movies and more.
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Compete in True PlayStation Stereoscopic 3D

Essential equipment for your 3D gaming experience, the universal PlayStation 3D glasses fully immerse players in the heat of gameplay like they never thought possible. The glasses offer best-in-class Active 3D quality and built-in USB rechargeable batteries. PlayStation 3D glasses are optimized to sync seamlessly with the PlayStation 3D display (sold separately), but their universal design makes them compatible with a variety of Active Shutter 3D displays.*

PlayStation 3D glasses in packaging
Best-in-class 3D quality designed for use with the PlayStation 3D display, but also compatible with other Active Shutter 3D displays.
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Active Shutter 3D technology offers superior image quality over competing Passive 3D technologies by means of the differing processes executed within them. Both technologies create the illusion of depth by slightly altering what users' eyes are exposed to. Passive 3D glasses block different kinds of emitted light from reaching each eye. The result is a 3D effect, but since certain light data has been omitted -- which can equate to up to half of the available lines of resolution -- this effect can not reach the level of true 1080p HD. Active 3D on the other hand does not omit light sources from the spectrum, instead producing its 3D effect through a subtle dimming process of the individual lenses. PlayStation 3D glasses manage this effect seamlessly through their infrared connectivity. The result is a superior 3D effect, at full HD quality. Infrared connections between glasses and the PS3, as well as other 3D processes are kept constant through the glasses 30-hour rechargeable battery life.

SimulView Technology Improves the 2-player Gaming Experience

Fans of co-op and competitive gaming modes are intimately familiar with local split-screen multiplayer functionality, which literally splits the visible display area of a single TV used in offline play to show the differing actions of individual players participating in the same game, at the same physical location. As advantageous as this is for group play, the quality of even the sharpest of HD television displays is compromised by the halving of the viewable area. SimulView Technology does away with this issue by enabling two players in a supported game to see their actions in-game displayed at full-screen.*** (The full requirement for the effect are: a PlayStation 3D Display, 2 pairs of PlayStation 3D Glasses, a PS3 system, a PS3 game that supports SimulView, and two players) Built on the Active 3D glasses technology and specially enhanced for gaming, SimulView technology brings players deeper into the game than ever before while still sharing the experience with a friend. Notable games supporting SimulView technology include MotorStorm: Apocalypse, Killzone 3, Gran Turismo 5, Super Stardust HD, with more titles in development and coming soon.

Features

  • Best-in-class "Active" 3D quality delivers full HD playback without the resolution loss commonly experienced when using "Passive" 3D glasses
  • Fully immersive vision universally compatible* with Active 3D TVs
  • Lightweight, stylish design allows you to focus on the game with maximum comfort
  • Minimizes possible 3D crosstalk distortions and reduces "ghosting" effects
  • Built-in rechargeable batteries let you play up to 30 hours without interruption
  • Optimized to sync seamlessly with the PlayStation 3D Display
  • Exclusively supports SimulView technology allowing for full-screen. viewing of individual player/character actions during local 2-player game sessions**
  • Dimensions: 3" (w) x 7-1/8" (h) x 2"(d)
  • Product ships with: 3D glasses, Micro-USB cable, 3D glasses pouch and instruction manual
* Compatible with Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, Toshiba, and Sharp Active Shutter 3D ready displays that use IR emitters.
** The full list of requirements for the SimulView effect are: a PlayStation 3D Display, 2 pairs of PlayStation 3D Glasses, a PS3 system, a PS3 game that supports SimulView, and two players.
*** Playback in full (2D) HD, not 3D.

Product Description

Essential equipment for your 3D gaming experience, the PlayStation® 3D Glasses fully immerse you in the heat of gameplay.  These lightweight, stylish, and ergonomic glasses are a product of PlayStation® innovation, featuring lenses that are universally* compatible with ACTIVE 3D TVs and have built-in USB rechargeable batteries that keep the intensity going non-stop.  The unique design minimizes 3D crosstalk and reduces “ghosting” effects.  And with best-in-class ACTIVE 3D quality, you are officially prepared for battle.  Prepare to enter true PlayStation® 3D.

* Compatible with Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, Toshiba, and Sharp ACTIVE Shutter 3D ready displays



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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
90 of 93 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Comparison of Several Active Shutter Glasses April 20, 2012
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I recently bought a Sony Bravia KDL-55NX720 which is 3d capable but comes without glasses. The 3d factor was of interest to me and being a bit of an electronics geek. I had to get 3d glasses and check it out. Rather than getting just one type of 3D glasses I decided to get 3 different compatible glasses and check them out. The three glasses I got are:

Xpand X103
Sony TDG-BR250
PlayStation 3 3D Glasses

I wear rimless bifocal lenses that are 32 mm tall. For comfort I would rank the glasses as follows:

1. Sony TDG-BR250
3. PlayStation 3D glasses
3. Xpand X103

All of the glasses worked over my prescription glasses but I found the Sony TDG-BR250 to fit over my glasses best and to be the most comfortable. I found the Xpand X103 the least comfortable though they are OK and I don't really have an issue sitting through a movie. Based on other reviews, the comfort level varies quite a lot from viewer to viewer. Both the PlayStation glasses and the Xpand were a little more awkward to get adjusted over the glasses. So for me, that was probably the biggest comfort factor. None of the nose pieces that came with the Xpand gave me a great fit. The PlayStation glasses had an adjustable nose piece that worked better for me.

For 3d performance I would rank them in the following order:
1. PlayStation 3D glasses
2. Xpand X103
3. Sony TDG-BR250

The PlayStation 3D and the Sony TDG-BR250 resulted is similar colors and brightness. I think I got the most flickering with the BR250s but hard to say on that count, none were bad. The TDG-BR250 looked good as long as you kept your head level, if you tilted it even slightly to the left or right, the picture got lighter and there was abundant crosstalk.
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69 of 74 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Works with Epson 3010 Projector December 28, 2011
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
These glasses are rechargeable and work with the Epson 3010 projector, for those of you looking for a half-price alternative to Epson's $100 glasses.
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73 of 79 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Does NOT work with all Active Shutter TV October 18, 2012
By M.T.
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This glasses is also marketed as a "universal active shutter 3D glasses" that works with Panasonic TVs. However it uses IR receiver with sync up with the TV. All Panasonic TV that produced after 2012 has switched from IR emitter to RF (Bluetooth) emitter for their 3D glasses. In other words, it will NOT WORK with your Panasonic TV if it's a newer model. There are very little information about this. I spend an entire night searching on the web to find out why it wouldn't work with my TV (TC-P55UT50). Many vendors even market this glasses along side with my TV even though they don't work together.
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41 of 48 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely flawless 3D January 7, 2012
By Dickie
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I was one of the first to join the 3D 'party' back in late 2010, and refused to be upset by all the issues that came with it. Being a techno-geek I pretty much sucked-it-up when I found annoyances like ghosting/crosstalk of images when I moved my head watching the TV, and was just grateful that it worked at all.

Who knew the glasses should be such a big differentiator between 'ok' technology and 'amazing'.

I originally purchased my Sony Bravia with the external 3D transmitter, and 2 pairs of the Sony TDG-BR100 Adult Size 3D Active Glasses, Black As I described in my review for those glasses, they're pretty good but unless you go to the trouble of getting additional filters from Sony , you do get some pretty bad image crosstalk if you so slightly move your head.

Enter the new Playstation 3D glasses - with a feature to 'reduce crosstalk'. Well, who am I to turn down an apparent technology step-up. I purchased these during the black friday sale, and quite frankly have been blown away by them.

To be honest the build quality is 'average' at best - sort of like a pair of plastic sunglasses, but what they lack in tactile quality they make up for by being so lightweight you can wear them for extended periods. The nose piece does rub slightly at first, but that wears off as the rubber softens with time. Some other reviewers comment they were tight on the head - but these fit me comfortably.

More importantly , the 3D image is unsurpassed. Whatever Sony did with the polarization filters in these glasses, they got it 110% correct.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Adjustments for Better Comfort December 18, 2011
By jdm487
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I discovered two simple adjustments to make these glasses 100% more comfortable. First of all the nose pad is bendable so that you can form it to fit your nose. Secondly, you can loosen the temples (arms) of the glasses by bringing some water to a near boil, pouring it into a glass, and then sticking each temple into the hot water for 20-30 seconds. After that, you need to apply pressure to the plastic for 20-30 seconds in order to bend it, then immediately stick it into a glass of cold water to flash cool it, before it goes back. You need to use a fair amount of force when bending it so that the temple is straightened out because it will automatically spring most of the way back into a curve shape. It's easiest to do them one at a time. Also, it helps to use a ruler to measure the distance between the temples before and after the adjustment is made so you can determine a good size. If the glasses are still too tight, you can repeat the process using more bending pressure. If they become too loose then just use the hot water with little to no bending and then flash cool them and they will tighten up. For me this was the end-all to the issues that I had with these glasses and I hope that other people can benefit from it as well.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars Open Times a little too short
they cudda allow the shutters to remain open longer per left / right frame
Published 6 hours ago by Langarry
1.0 out of 5 stars Not Compatible with JVC
Ordered 3 pair as a gift. These glasses are NOT compatible with JVC 3D projectors. I will be throwing them on E-Bay shortly since they are pretty much new.
Published 10 hours ago by Chris Scala
5.0 out of 5 stars I love it
ordered one and liked it so much I ordered more and arrived in a timely manner.
Published 2 days ago by Daniel Scott Payne
3.0 out of 5 stars It has it's ups and downs.
I got these at under 15$ shipped, so its hard to complain for value. Aside from that though, very uncomfortable set which is the primary downfall. Read more
Published 2 days ago by Nam Tran
4.0 out of 5 stars Happy user
light weight doesn't require charging as much, I'm happy.
Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Worked as advertised
Published 4 days ago by Oscar Jackson
4.0 out of 5 stars disappointing , yet not tragic
Was expecting a 3-D experience, yet recieved slightly less to pretty bad imaging.
Considering the price it's pretty good bank for your buck.
Published 8 days ago by patriot
4.0 out of 5 stars Needs More Juice So I Don't Have to Stop The Awesome
Pros:
3D is incredible
Charge fast
Easy to use
Have some cool technology in them

Cons:
Short Charge (if you're a gamer)
Can get... Read more
Published 10 days ago by csprosise
5.0 out of 5 stars Cheap and Good
Great quality for the price and pretty light compared to other glasses. I just wish the charging port was in a different location, like the sides, so that i could charge the glass... Read more
Published 13 days ago by C.Strawn
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
Work good but very uncomfortable on the nose!
Published 14 days ago by Scott Sollenberger
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