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LucidVR 3D 180 degree camera taking pre-orders

[Update June 2017]: LucidVR finally has even more image quality with 4K30 default format, but 60fps has been dropped After a successful Indiegogo campaign, one of the best quality 3D VR cameras is going to...

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How to easily take 3D photos with any camera

Make the first photo and after this first photo carefully move horizontally your camera to left or right side a few inches avoiding vertical displacement (if subject is closer make less horizontal displacement than if is farther). From now make all your 3d photos moving on the same direction, to avoid later processing.

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Volumetric Video: is the future

Remember the Google’s .jpg depth map? It can be applied to video, but it’s still better. Not only you can turn around the video to see from back if you want, there’s a new system that record...

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You can now buy the Doogee Y6 Max 3D

The smartphone who wants to be a tablet. An enormous 6,5″ phablet and 3D FullHD screen for 3D cinema enthusiasts. Here on tridimensional.info ¡we already got one! and soon we will publish our review. Here are the specs: Operating...

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Huffington Post declares Ultra-D screens as best of CES 2017

(Español) Desde hace unos años, una empresa llamada StreamTV Networks lleva desarrollando una tecnología llamada Ultra-D que permite ver imágenes 3D desde casi cualquier ángulo (140 grados de visión contínua) aunque te muevas o cambies de posición e incluso si te vas muy a un lateral de la pantalla y superas los 140 grados de visión 3d lo que verás será una perfecta imagen 2d, nada de dobles imágenes. Lo que es más, al mirar la imagen desde otro ángulo puedes ver…

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Introducing ZTE Axon 7 Max with 3D screen and depth map camera

ZTE announced on China the ZTE Axon 7 Max, an smartphone with aluminium body and a 6″ 3D screen with FullHD resolution. The point with this smartphone it’s the depth map camera technology, wich allows to capture more than a 3D photo. This technology was impulsed by Google’s .JPG depth map format…

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