First off, RealD bought the company StereoGraphics (which made the CrystalEyes glasses). CE = CrystalEyes. The model numbers used on their website are CE4 and CE5, for example.
Here records the glasses price at $795viewtopic.php?f=3&t=14118
And now they are even less. ($175)
I think the important note here isn't that they are still too expensive (what retail stuff isn't?), but the price has gone down over time, and will likely continue to do so as long as NVidia keeps pushing stereoscopic graphics and the public demands more 3D movies, etc. I didn't post this in hardware since I was thinking more in terms of the trends and how stereoscopic 3D seems to be on the rise again, and accordingly, prices falling. I find it a fascinating trend and I wonder if there is some research to be done in that area in terms of extracting real value out of it beyond "immersion".
Nice compilation of stereo information!
It could use a bit of updating in the connectors area (looks to be copied from a page I read somewhere else). For example, it lists "Octane" as having DB-9 stereo, when it is really just the MGRAS boards that use DB-9, which is the same reason the Indigo2 IMPACT uses DB-9 while Indigo2 ExtremeGraphics uses a mini-DIN. I'd think it would be more appropriate to associate a graphics subsystem with a connector type rather than workstation, especially in this day of Frankenstations.
The VPro boards (verified on V6,V8,V12) use the same mini-DIN as the ExtremeGraphics. Since the Tezro uses V12 gfx, and my Fuel with V12 has the same mini-DIN, I'd say it's safe to assume the Tezro would use the same emitter I mentioned (E2) that was $90.
I'm not exactly surprised that two different products didn't sync perfectly. I think it is a while yet before you'll be able to take glasses from Company A and use it with Company B's product.