|Panasonic VIERA TY-EW3D3 Active Shutter 3D $69|
If you wanted to share your 3D screen with friends, and they came with their own glasses, there was a slim chance they could use it since most were not compatible to each other.
This is one of the things needed to be done so that 3D can really go mainstream - to have an affordable full HD projector what will work in the living room is another one. If now the camera manufactures do the same and we get some 3D channels and some good movies 3D could be here to stay this time.
Epson and the EH-TW5900/6000 - Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 3010 are the first low price full HD 3D projectors what have this standard implemented. Sadly, the Epson glasses have just batteries what need to be replaced when empty.
falafala: I found Optoma-DLP-link glasses are much darker than the Epson glasses...which contributes to lowered lumens but of course you get deep blacks. Epson glasses are significantly lighter in shade and the image brightness in 3D is as good as 2D because of this.
Jason: I can confirm that the following glasses do not work with the 3010...
Nvidia 3D Vision - Samsung 1st gen IR - Xpand 103
Toshiba FPTAG02G 3D Active Shutter with only happy reviews regarding the Epson compatibility