Monster Vision Max 3D wireless 3D eyewear
Monster is a name associated with advanced audio/video accessories, and they aim to take a long ride on the 3D bandwagon with a new exciting category of lifestyle-enhancing consumer electronics products including the Monster Vision “Max 3D”. This will be the first and only universal wireless 3D eyewear “shutter system” in the world according to Monster, where it will play nice with ALL brands of 3D HDTVs (now that is a delicious thought), letting users experience a new level of power and 3-dimensional visual immersion regardless of whether they are munching on some popcorn while watching their favorite Blu-ray movies or having a whale of a time playing advanced video games in the living room.
The Monster Vision Max 3D glasses will feature a stylish and lightweight high-gloss black design which enables users to wear them for hours without experiencing any fatigue, a common problem that plagues a fair number of people who have seen 3D movies in theaters to date. These new offerings are specially manufactured to fit all head sizes, and best of all is, you can even wear it over a pair of prescription glasses. The Monster Vision “Max 3D” eyeglasses and transmitter kit are scheduled for availability this coming September with a recommended retail price of $249.95 per set. If you happen to have a large family, you can always pick up additional Monster Vision Max 3D Eyeglasses for $169.95 per pair.
What makes the Monster Vision Max 3D different from the rest? Well, it makes full use of leading-edge RF technology that is based on Bit Cauldron’s HeartBeat technology. This results in an advancement which ensures reliable communication with the RF transmitter, letting you benefit from the best and purest transmission of 3D content between the source and the eyeglasses while doing away with the common sync issues found in most IR based shutter glasses. Since it is able to play nice with any 3D-ready television set regardless of manufacturer, you can be sure that peripherals like this will further drive the sales of 3D HDTVs up by at least a notch as home theater enthusiasts look forward to new experiences in their living rooms.