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2/1/2012 10:38 AM EST
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re: Movidius teams with Toshiba on 3-D camera system
Bob Lacovara   2/1/2012 5:29:00 PM
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3D is always intriguing... from time to time in these comments 3D in video or stills comes up, and sooner or later someone says: but what's it good for. I think that if 3D really comes on, it is more likely to do so in stills than in video. This is related to the viewing situations, but I just feel that someone who wants 3D imagery is going to be looking a photographs, and not a movie. I may well be wrong: I think interest in 3D digital movies is already waning, but time will tell...

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