3DPixx - Stereo

By: Vpixx Technologies  09-12-2011

Our 3DPixx glasses are designed for ease of use and simple maintenance: rechargeable through USB, a folding design for compact
storage, and easy to clean with sanitizing wipes. The 3DPixx shutter glasses can be synchronized with any device incorporating
VESA 1997.11 standard mini-DIN-3 stereoscopic connector and are compatible with DATAPixx and VIEWPixx systems.


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