Verizon updates DROIDDOES web site adding 3D images and shots from your webcam

Verizon updates DROIDDOES web site adding 3D images and shots from your webcam
Not that anyone needed to be reminded that the Motorola DROID X was launched today by Verizon, but just in case, the carrier updated its DROIDDOES web site. The newly upgraded site features loads of flash animation and proclaims that it is a 3-D web environment. To the right of the viewer, you should click on "Activate Full-Motion Tracking 3D". Allow the site to have access to your webcam and you when you enter DROIDSPACE, the images on the screen will follow you. Move to the left, and the image follows likewise, in 3D. Move to the right, and ditto. And, while you get to be entertained, you are also interacting with a clever ad pitch for the trio of DROID phones (Original DROID, Droid Incredible and DROID X) offered by Verizon.

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source: Verizon




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