3D inches towards a standard
The CEA is looking at the 3D@Home Consortium's developing 3D standard as a possible one-size-fits-all 3D tech template for most HDTVs. 3D@Home is a group consisting of several movie studios and electronics manufacturers, who are all working together to eventually produce a single standard for 3D technology in HDTVs. The consortium has already released several documents describing possible universal standards for 3D video, active shutter glasses, and passive lens glasses, and the CEA is considering them for integration into its own set of technical standards.
Nothing is set in stone yet, but this could be the first big step towards seeing universal 3D with mix-and-match glasses on the shelves, instead of individual and proprietary equipment.
— Will Greenwald
[Source: Engadget HD]