3D video recording with the T-Mobile G-Slate

3D video recording with the T-Mobile G-Slate
With the T-Mobile G-Slate in hand, one of the first things we decided to do with it was to shoot a couple of 3D video samples to better get a feel for its novel feature. Seeing that we were in town for T-Mobile’s very own launch event for the G-Slate and G2x, it was only natural for us to capture the hustle and bustle atmosphere surrounding the Big Apple.

Employing not one, but two 5-megapixel cameras in the rear, the G-Slate is able to shoot 3D videos in 720p format – however, it’s worth nothing that you get full 1080p for normal recording. As you can tell with the videos below that we uploaded to YouTube, you have a variety of viewing options available to you. On the tablet itself, you can use the included pair of anaglyph retro-style 3D glasses to watch 3D videos, and if you happen to have a 3D capable display at home, you can further select alternative modes like side by side or interleaved rows, columns, or checkerboard. As a reminder, we left it at the default recording settings, but you can actually manually change the depth control on the G-Slate to better focus the 3D attention on objects closer or further away.

So if you happen to have a pair of 3D enabled glasses, you can check out the 3D videos below to see whether or not it’s something that makes the T-Mobile G-Slate truly unique from the competition.



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G-Slate
  • Display 8.9" 1280 x 768 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP / 2 MP front
  • Processor NVIDIA Tegra 2, Dual-core, 1000 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB
  • Battery 6400 mAh

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2 Comments

1. phbelov

Posts: 124; Member since: Mar 25, 2011

Hmm... The sound is not great at all.

2. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

sounds just like a city. whats wrong with it? lol

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