Unlike active shutter glasses, polarized glasses are passive and inexpensive which would appeal to a broader audience. Polarized 3D technology works by restricting the angles at which images are received by the left and right eye, and can be commonly seen used in IMAX 3D movies.
Arrows never looked more realistic than with polarized 3D!
For those of you interested at a lower cost 3D gaming solution, DDD’s TriDef has some game support (210 titles currently) although we have not tested this to see how well it works. Not much is known about MSI’s new 3D notebook, but it appears they will aim to price it under $1000 USD.
Previously, Lenovo has also announced that it will also be using DDD’s TriDef technology in its upcoming IdeaPad Y560D.