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prabhakar_deosthali
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Bye bye 3D TV; Welcome 3D phone.
prabhakar_deosthali   2/25/2014 11:09:33 AM
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It is good to see the 3D TV craze being replaced by this new wave 3D sensing mobile. 

In my opinion such mobile phones will have all the ingradients for developing some intersting Apps than what a 3D TV could offer to the viewers.

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Re: Bye bye 3D TV; Welcome 3D phone.
Sheetal.Pandey   2/25/2014 1:20:59 PM
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Looks like smartphones are going to do much more work than just calling and accessng internet. In many ways thats good as people dont have to carry many devices. One device can do all the work.

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How is it done?
chanj0   2/25/2014 6:07:01 PM
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3D depth map can be done either through laser scanning or stereo vision. Any other way?

Depth sensing will no doubt open up a new market place for wide variety of application. I can't help to have my hand on the phone, starting apps around the sensor.

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Re: How is it done?
wilber_xbox   2/26/2014 1:14:19 PM
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I am still not clear about the depth sensor part. What should be the reference for depth? If we define a reference then simple sound wave or radio wave can be use for depth. But if it is more complex then i donot know.

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