Panasonic and XPAND 3D companies are working on universal sunglasses to see content in 3D either screen, either film or a TV. The standard M-3DI is compatible with TVs, monitors and projectors from some companies that develop this technology. As reported by Panasonic in a press release, the goggles M-3DI will guarantee consumers the comprehensive quality control in the content which they receive with their 3D glasses. This standard at the moment only will operate via infrared, although in the future raises the introduction of radio frequency. With the emergence of these universal glasses user could purchase a pair of glasses without having to buy one for each device that you have in your home or acquire a different film, being more comfortable and economical in the long run. In addition, they also ensure that with this standard, people who already wear glasses could take their 3D glasses with specific graduations. Establish a standard of glasses It will bring an important contribution to accelerate the acceptance of devices for 3D in the general public, says Panasonic. Among the companies that have supported this new standard found, Changhong Electric, Funai, Hisense, Hitachi, MItsubishi, Panasoci, Seiko, SIM2 and ViewSonic. At the moment companies like Sony and Samsung have not joined the standard proposed by Panasonic and XPAND 3D.