3D glasses for education market introduced

12/27/2012 12:00:00 AM
XPAND 3D and AVRover have partnered to develop and distribute co-branded 3D glasses for the education market. The first 1,000 pairs, which are based on XPAND’s EDUX3 glasses, are currently being manufactured and will be part of AVRover’s “3D AVRover” portable 3D presentation systems.

EDUX3 3D Glasses work without any installation—simply turn them on to view 3D content. The glasses also use standard, over-the-counter CR2032 batteries, with an average of 100 hours of battery life.

For more information on XPAND 3D, visit www.xpand.me. For more information on AVRover, visit www.avrover.com.
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