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Max The Magnificent
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re: Video: Check out this Aiptek 3D digital camcorder
Max The Magnificent   1/7/2011 9:11:43 PM
I forgot to mention that I haven't seen one of the Aiptex 3D photo-displays yet, but I really, REALLY want to. I think it would be mega cool to have one cycling through pictures in your house. If you didn't say anything visitors would assume it was a regular photo frame until they got close ... then they would suddenly stop and take a closer look -- this technology is so new that they wouldn't believe their eyes for a while. Actually, thinking about it, you could also use these 3D photo frames at trade shows ... just have them sitting on the on reception desk or hanging on the walls of a booth as people were walking by ... I bet it would cause folks to stop and stare...

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