While the frame was only of the booth and the expo floor, the 3D imagery can give you a hint what to expect from the stereoscopic dual lens 5MP camera on the back. Who would have thought that 3D can be as noisy in low-light conditions as plain vanilla 2D pictures and video? We kid, but the heritage itself is somewhat comforting, easing our way into the unknowns of the third dimension.
We uploaded some 3D stills taken with the stereoscopic camera for your viewing pleasure, which you can download from here.
Bear in mind they are in the .JPS format, so you have to Google for one of the free .JPS viewers out there in order to see the 3D photography in its full swing. On a side note, the LG Thrill 4G that is coming for AT&T is a rebadged version of that same Optimus 3D we are testing here, so expect its camera samples to look quite similar to these.
Have a look at the 3D video we shot with the LG Optimus 3D below, and prepare to watch cross-eyed, or with your old pair of red&blue paper glasses we are sure is tucked somewhere in your drawer. It's not perfectly superimposed, but the quality is more than acceptable, considering the conditions we shot the video at.