When partnered with an Optoma 3D Ready/Full 3D projector, the Optoma ZD301 Glasses allow compatible content to be viewed in stunning stereoscopic 3D. Our advanced single projector solutions create life size 3D images on any flat surface, inspiring the imagination while making this exciting technology simple, for everyone.
1 pair of active glasses.
120 minutes recharge time.
900 minutes battery life.
To experience this active 3D technology, you'll also need OPTOMA 3D Projector such DS330, H180x or HD131Xe.
Prices correct as displayed but are subject to change
Hi there. I intend to buy an Optomer 3D HDMI projector for home use. However, I am unclear whether I do need 3D glasses to use the 3D projector at home. Also, I am unclear about whether to buy a "passive" or "active" 3D glasses. Can you help get me properly informed about these, so that I can make informed decisions about purchases. Thank you
The difference between passive and active 3D glasses is that passive work in a similar way that the 3D glasses at a cinema would. The filters in passive glasses make it so both eyes see different parts of the image. Active 3D glasses are battery powered and work by opening and closing the shutters on the lens to create the illusion of 3D.
In regards to resolution, both create 3D images however the quality with passive may be hindered. With active 3D technology each eye sees all 1080 "lines" in the image making it clearer and of a higher quality. As passive 3D technology splits the image, each eye would be able to see 540 "lines".
The above is only a brief overview of the 3D technology used in TVs. Also, in regards to the projector you are considering purchasing, I am unable to advise in regards to which glasses are suitable as I'm unsure as to which model you are referring to. If you would like further assistance, post another Q&A with the model number of the Optomer projector and we will be happy to look into this for you.
Yes you will need the matching Optoma 3D glasses that go with your projector. The majority of projectors will need active glasses however the correct glasses will be under the accessories section of your projector.