LAS VEGAS--There are currently two competing 3D technologies vying for dominance in the home consumer market: passive 3D and active 3D.
Passive 3D is the less expensive option, using glasses that don't require power; however this solution is more susceptible to viewing-angle changes and requires strict head placement to continue the 3D effect.
The active 3D solution alternately shuts each lens of the glasses on and off so that each each eye is seeing a different image at all times, creating the 3D effect. This option is more expensive, as the glasses require their own power to function.
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