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For about a year, stereo 3D (S3D) for the home has been the "next big thing," though official standards have been slow to arrive and devices have been mostly at the demo stage.
But home S3D devices are expected to be a major component of next month's Consumer Electronics Show, and at least one player in the S3D space isn't waiting until then to make a splash.
Xpand, the only current purveyor of active/shutter glass S3D for movie theaters, is making an aggressive move in hopes of becoming the de facto standard for home 3D, introducing technology that will make millions of existing computer monitors and laptop screens "3D-ready" overnight--but only with Xpand glasses. …