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Is This The iPhone 5 With A 3D Camera?

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on July 11th, 2011

This new leaked photo coming out of China shows an interesting feature that caught us by surprise. A 3D camera. We don’t know if it is a legitimate shot of the iPhone 5, but hey why not? 3D is all the rage right? The question is, do you want a 3D camera on the next iPhone?

We certainly never thought that Apple would jump into 3D market, but a dual camera sensor array has been rumored before for the iPhone 5. I guess time will tell us all we need to know.

360 degree 3D camera works like an insect’s eye

Posted in 3D by Conner Flynn on December 5th, 2010

This alien looking device is actually a new type of 3D camera that offers a 360 degree panoramic view of its location. What many people do not know is that “3D TV” is not really 3D at all, It’s stereoscopic TV, because if you move your head to the side, your perspective doesn’t change.

But this device could change that by allowing for changes of perspective while delivering a three dimensional image. I’m no scientist but it has something to do with how the multiple lens array lets you determine the distance to any object in the image. It could offer our future a truer 3D experience.

Fujifilm set to launch 3D digital camera

Posted in Fujifilm by Shane McGlaun on July 13th, 2009

fuji3dcam-sbA lot has changed in the world of photography over the years. I remember when the coolest camera on the market was that Polaroid that took pictures that you had to shake. Digital cameras came along not long after than with all the good that came along with it.

Fujifilm was one of the early digital camera pioneers and the company is set to launch a new camera that may well usher in the next era in digital photography. The camera is called the FinePix Real 3D System and it allows you to shoot 3D images.

WSJ confirms Microsoft’s motion-sensing 3D camera for Xbox 360

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on May 12th, 2009

Xbox 360 getting full-body motion control?Craving news about Microsoft’s full body motion control trick? The Wall Street Journal can help. They’ve confirmed that Microsoft is in fact “developing a new videocamera for its Xbox 360 videogame console that will allow players to control games with the movement of their bodies,”.

Unlike Nintendo’s Wii, the Microsoft camera won’t require gamers to “hold any hardware in their hands to control in-game action,”. We may just see it debut at E3.