Hyper3DPhone – Android Apps on Google Play.
Designed for taking hyperstereoscopic 3D images using two Android phones.
Run the app on both phones (its free). Identify one phone as the left and the other as the right phone and then move the phones apart.
The app communicates over Bluetooth to synchronize taking photos on both phones at the same time, giving you the left image on the left phone and the right image on the right phone.
Nokia also announced its new Nokia 808 Pure View, a Symbian Belle device with a 41-megapixel sensor camera with Carl Zeiss Optics. The device can capture seven pixels of information and merges it into one”perfect” pixel. Jo Harlow, the head of Nokias smart devices unit, said that the technology will come to other devices later, including perhaps to Windows Phone. The 808 will be available in May for $605 before taxes and subsidies.
via Nokia unveils Lumia 610, expands potential Windows Phone market – FierceWireless.