Two types of 3D media are currently supported on the device:
Half Frame Side-by-Side 3D
Uses the top button on the left ear can to enable stereoscopic half-frame side by side 3D mode. This mode takes standard 1280 x 720 content and stretches it to fill both screens. No special source is required, however the content must be formatted to appear side-by-side when viewing through a standard screen.
Full Frame Side-by-Side 3D
Full frame stereoscopic 3D (or frame packed 3D) is also supported and automatically recognized by the hardware. This mode automatically handshakes and displays when the HDMI cable is plugged into a 3D source and 3D content is played; no special button press is required and the half-frame 3D button is disabled in this mode.
Important note: A suitable 3D frame-packed source is required in order to properly receive stereoscopic content. Both the Playstation 4 and Windows 10-based PCs with recent NVidia GPUs can output frame-packed 3D.