XpanD debuts first Bluetooth-enabled, active-shutter 3D glasses

While 3D home technology might seem like overkill this point after being the center of CES 2010 coverage all week, but it's just not stopping. XpanD jumped in the arena by debuting their active-shutter 3D glasses, paired to work with VIZIO’s new Pro range of XVT HD3D televisions.

While 3D home technology might seem like overkill this point after being the center of CES 2010 coverage all week, but it's just not stopping.

XpanD jumped in the arena by debuting their active-shutter 3D glasses, paired to work with VIZIO’s new Pro range of XVT HD3D televisions.

XpanD is toting their new glasses around as the world's first set of 3D spectacles to use Bluetooth. In fact, that's how the glasses will communicated with VIZIO Full HD3D TVs. Apparently, XpanD is saying that this series of VIZIO HDTVs will display 3D content "that can be viewed only with XpanD glasses." Or maybe at least until someone else develops Bluetooth-enabled 3D glasses.

The LCD lenses will also be making appeareances in movie theaters across the country, and they'll have built-in antitheft tags that would be activated by exit-door sensors if someone tries to walk out with a pair.

The XpanD 3D glasses will retail for about $50.