3D goggles

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3D goggles

A headset that renders 3D images generated within the device. 3D goggles differ from "3D glasses." 3D goggles are immersive virtual reality headsets that render the content, whereas 3D glasses are eyeglasses that filter stereo frames coming from a 3D movie theater screen, 3D computer game or 3D TV into the user's left and right eyes. For more information, see VR headset, 3D glasses and virtual reality.
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So certain is Jeffrey Katzenberg about the re-emergence of 3-D movies that he recently traveled to Italy to talk with sunglass company Luxottica about making 3-D goggles as fashion accessories.
Once activated, this barrier controls the light leaving from the screen and delivers image information to each eye The principle, as in 3-D goggles, is that the left and right eyes receive different images creating a 3-D effect.
Its travel path is plotted by researchers who don 3-D goggles to analyze stereo views of the terrain.