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At this point the 3D glasses for the new generation of 3D HDTVs (not computer monitors intended for displaying 3D computer graphics, which the VESA standard was created for) must be considered an accessory specific to the particular brand of 3D HDTV (like a remote control is a brand-specific accessory). While one manufacturer's 3D LCD shutter glasses might happen to work with another manufacturer's 3D HDTV there is no effort being made by the manufacturers to make this happen. However, I suspect that once all of the major manufactures have their 3D HDTVs out in the marketplace, there will be 3rd party vendors making 'universal' LCD shutter glasses that can be configured to work with multiple brands of 3D HDTVs (similar to the available 3rd party universal remote controls).
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