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The 3D Goggle (3D ゴーグル), known in the United States as 3-D Goggles, and often advertised as 3-D Goggle, is a Pioneer LaserActive active shutter 3D glasses peripheral developed and published by Pioneer.
The hardware uses a shutter system to close the left and right lens rapidly to create a 3D effect. A disadvantage is that it halves the effective frame-rate, which some users can perceive as flicker. It also tends to be incompatible with cathode-ray tube televisions.
Additionally, the hardware is cross-compatible with both the Sega Master System's 3-D Glasses and the Nintendo Family Computer's Family Computer 3D System, which utilizes identical technology, and can also be used with any 3.5mm connection to view three dimensional media.
|Language||Localised Name||English Translation|
|English (US)||3-D Goggles||3-D Goggles|
|Japanese||3D ゴーグル||3D Goggle|
- Main article: 3D Goggle/Magazine articles.
|Topics||Technical specifications | History | List of games | Magazine articles | Promotional material | Multimedia Creators Network | LA Express|
|Hardware||Japan | United States|
|Add-ons||Sega PAC | NEC PAC | Karaoke PAC | Computer Interface PAC|
|Controllers||Control Pad | Turbo Pad | Remote Control Unit | Computer Interface Pack Remote Control Unit|
|Accessories||3D Goggle | 3D Goggle Adaptor | Control Pad Extension Cord | Turbo Pad Extension Cord | Karaoke Microphone | Karaoke Microphone (Key Control)|