Are 3d shutter glasses adressable?
I was reading thru some Sharp Aquos manuals and came across a "feature" associated with "3d glasses control" for IR based shutter glasses. It has a limited description but basically it appears to have something to do with using the tv in a "store setting" where multiple tv's maybe setup and running. I guess then there would potential for interference from different emitters causing shuttering. It would appear that somehow the glasses can be addressed in some fashion to prevent the interference but it doesn't give much info as to what is done. I don't see anything on the glasses to select a code. Was wondering if some one knows how this works. Will it help in a "noisy" home environment?
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