VR is a natural fit for 3D as it already uses two lenses (usually) for presenting images to each eye.
Compact 4K 3D VR 180 Stereoscopic camera that also shoots VR 360° announced on Kickstarter #VR #VR180 #VR360 #VR3D #3D #3DTV
Plans to ship in August for $399. Source: Kandao QooCam – Pocket Sized 4K 3D Stereo and 360° Camera | cinema5D
Timed with the release of the Mirage Solo headset, Lenovo is also releasing the first camera based on Google’s 180 tech. The Lenovo Mirage Camera, which seems to be geared heavily toward YouT… Source: The first 3D camera built on Google VR180 tech arrives | TechCrunch YouTube dropped its original Flash 3D support and switched to HTML 5, which lacked most of the original 3D capabilities. 3D is seen migrating to...
This is cool …Red’s Hydrogen One phone is a new, high end smart phone with a 3D display – and its being used as the viewfinder for their 8K 3D video camera … Source: Red Lucid 8K 3D camera uses Hydrogen One phone as viewfinder – CNET
Source: Facebook and RED are building a camera for 3D VR video
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Still photography and motion pictures have, over history, used aspect ratios such as 4:3, 3:2, or for printing 4×5, 8×10 and what not. These choices were arbitrary – based on practical design and implementation considerations of the time. The popular 8×10 paper size came from how fine paper was originally manufactured and sliced down to size by hand, in Dutch paper mills and corresponded to the equipment size readily handled by...
Look at the Galaxy Samsung S5, S6, S7 and Note 8 phone scores to see the improvements made, over time. Source: Disruptive technologies in mobile imaging: Taking smartphone cameras to the next level – DxOMark