The HTC evo 3D can take 3D mobile photos and videos, while the LG thrill can shoot the same as well, and has a glass free 3D display. However, what Fujitsu is concentrating is a very different approach, and that is that you would be able to shoot 3D video while having a 2D camera through your phone very soon.
2D Mobile Camera Makes 3D Mobile Photo and Video
Actually shooting 3D mobile photos and videos requires two camera’s i.e the front and the rear, but what fujistsu has in mind is something different; They’d produce a special attachment which would be about the size of a normal rechargable cell. This feature would be compromising of mirrors to send two different images to the sensor of the camera .
According to the procedure , you would upload your creation to Fujitsu itself. The company would work on the video e.g add some image processing and send back the video back to you in a full 3D glory form. This is how simple it gets. The amazing part about it is that it would use approximately 25% of your camera’s sensors, which in real terms actually means that you’re walking away with video’s not near as high quality as if you had recorded them in your actual 2D. That is your phone’s camera .
While the specifications of these 3D phones aren’t too shabby. And I’m likely to say there are demanding users out there who definitely require higher specifications. Such as better camera, larger display with sassy resolution. But sadly, and Unfortunately, due to the limited number of 3D phones in the market, I guess these users will have to eventually agree to a higher-end phone while fore-going 3D features. Perhaps that may not necessarily be the case in the future , as fujitsu is working on it.