LG Announce F310, F320, F360 3D Glasses

LG have just announced their new range of 3D glasses for 2012, which they say are lighter, more comfortable to wear, and of course more stylish.

LG’s 3D glasses make use of polarized lens (like at the Cinema) rather than active shutter technology, this makes the glasses lighter, more comfortable, and also much more affordable. This makes it possible to equip your house with more 3D glasses so your whole family can enjoy your 3DTV.

Studies say that expensive and unconformable 3D glasses put people off adopting the 3D technology, and LG say that their unobtrusive technology played a key roll in their success and growth in the 3DTV market.

LG 2012 3D Glasses

LG 2012 3D Glasses

LG F310 3D Glasses

The LG F310 model is their main new 3D glasses, and it weighs just 13.5 grames, 20% lighter than the previous LG design. The F310 has a very slim frame, with soft lines and a curved frame to better fit the face and improve the 3D viewing experience.

LG F310

LG F310

LG F320 Clip-on 3D Glasses

LG have taken in to consideration glasses wearers, and rather than produce oversized, uncomfortable 3D glasses where the user would have to wear two pairs of glasses, they have produced the LG F320 Clip on 3D glasses. The F320’s weigh barely anything at just 55 grams, 25% lighter than the previous model.

LG F320

LG F320

LG F360 3D Glasses

Finally we have LG’s flagship 3D glasses, the LG Alain Mikli F360. As the name would suggest the LG F360 3D glasses have been designed by Alain Mikli, the guy who designed Kanye’s iconic shutter glasses. These are the more stylish glasses, and have a sport design reminding me of snowboarding glasses. They are very light at just 16 grams, and have a curved design making them very comfortable to wear and provide the optimal viewing experience.

LG F360

LG F360

The LG F360’s and all LG 3D glasses can be also be worn in all 3D theaters using FRP and RealD technology ad LG CINEMA 3D uses the same technology.

Via LG Newsroom

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2 Responses to “LG Announce F310, F320, F360 3D Glasses”

  1. I would like to know if, LG Passive 3D TV’s has improved,from it’s low res 540p tech to 1080p per eye in 3D? If so, I believe believe both LG & Vizio,will control the 3D TV Market,moving ahead over it’s competitors.

    • Yeah that happened way back in August 2011. LG released a firmware update that changed the 3D algorithms to support full HD 1080p per eye. I have LG’s 42LW5700 Cinema 3D TV, and all I can say is WOW. Best 3D experience ever, guess you didn’t hear the news.