3D Glasses for PlayStation 3
For an immersive gaming and movie-viewing experience, these universal active shutter 3D glasses create the illusion of visual depth without diminishing the stunning resolution of high-definition content. Although these glasses are designed to be paired with the PlayStation 3D Display (not included), they're also compatible with most other active shutter 3D displays. When two players wear a pair of these glasses while playing PS3 games that support SimulView technology, they can both see their own full-screen image on a single display, eschewing the limiting view of the traditional split-screen format. These lightweight glasses can also hold a charge for up to 30 hours.
- One pair of universal active shutter 3D glasses
- Designed to optimize the PlayStation Stereoscopic 3D experience
- For gaming, movies, and other visual content
- Compatible with most active shutter 3D displays
- SimulView technology for local co-op and competitive multiplayer gaming
- Lightweight design
- 30-hour rechargeable batteries
- Minimized crosstalk distortion
- Dimensions: 7.25"x2.75"x2”
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