Circular polarization 3D
Circular polarization 3D does not use active, powered 3D glasses. Instead, it uses passive, specially coded lenses. To see if these glasses work with your TV screen, monitor or cinema of choice,
please look at the compatibility list below.
Passive 3D glasses almost always have plastic lenses, which differ in their thickness. Thin lenses, often used in cinemas, feel like foil. The thicker ones, however, feel much stronger, almost like real glass. The thinner lenses tend to become uneven more easily. This may cause unwanted reflections. The thin foil-like lenses also tend to get scratches more easily, making the thick lenses in most situations the more desirable ones. The glasses offered here have the thicker lenses.
RealD - many cinemas use this circularly polarized 3D System.
LG calls their passive circularly polarized TVs "Cinema 3D". Some of these compatible TVs are:
32LM620T 37LM620T 42LM620T 47LM620T 55LM620T 65LM620T
42LM640T 47LM640T 55LM640T
42LM660T 47LM660T 55LM660T
32LM669T 42LM669T 47LM669T
42LM670T 47LM670T 55LM670T
42LM760T 47LM760T 55LM760T
32LW450U 42LW450U 47LW450U 55LW450U
42LW550T 47LW550T 55LW550T
42LW650T 47LW650T 55LW650T
Philips calls their passive circularly polarized TVs "Easy 3D". Some of these compatible TVs are:
32PFL6007T 42PFL6007T 47PFL6007T 55PFL6007T
Compatible TVs from Toshiba:
42VL863B 47VL863B 42VL963B 47VL963F
Compatible TVs from Panasonic:
TX-L32ET5B TX-L37ET5B TX-L42ET5B TX-L47ET5B TX-L55ET5B