3D movies without glasses coming to iOS and Android this fall

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3D movies without glasses coming to iOS and Android this fall
Lately, it seems that everyone is working on bringing 3D to cell phones. We recently reported about some new technology expected to be available next year that will bring glasses-free 3D to cell phone screens. Now, another company called Spatial View has gone as far as submitting an app to Apple's App Store called 3DeeCentral.

The app contains a library of movies that can be viewed in 3D on iOS and Android models with the help of a thin screen that is placed over the phone's display. The cost of the screen is expected to come in for under $20 and be available this fall.

Business Insider tried out the service and said, "We don't expect this to sweep the nation overnight. For one thing, it looks like the library of content will be fairly sparse to begin with. And the 3D effect isn't as compelling as it is on a larger screen using glasses.But we just tried it out, and it was real, live 3D right there on the phone. And that was awesome." Sounds like we have something to look forward to this fall.

source: BusinessInsider via RedmondPie



1. Schmao

Posts: 365; Member since: Jul 05, 2009

20 bucks to watch a 3D movie? You gotta be kidding me. But the concept is still cool. Hopefully, they can find an even inexpensive way of doing this. Otherwise, business may be lacking.

2. russellw10

Posts: 13; Member since: Feb 15, 2010

dude, it's $20 to make the screen 3d without glasses. idk how expensive the app is but i think that's pretty cheap for a conversion with that much change in the screen.

3. JeffdaBeat unregistered

Any technology is going to be expensive when it first comes out...if you don't like the cost...wait a few months...it'll get cheaper.

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