But, is it really necessary to have 3-D on mobile device? I feel this 3-D thing is an over-blown. Sometimes engineers just create things for the sake of creation. True, I really enjoyed Avatar, but it took me ~ 20 minutes before I adjusted my perception. And it will still be a good movie without 3-D. Actually, I think 3-D on mobile device may confuse your perception and cause accidents.
Mobile 3-D is going in the right direction. Unlike 3-D for TV which is having difficulty catching on because there isn't enough actual published content, mobile 3-D will be easier to create content for...This article would be more complete if it had a video demo of the finished product so that we can see what the end user experiences. The multi-media would help generate interest. Though there are new 3-D TV's no glasses required, mobile 3-D with no glasses reaches a larger audience since you can integrate it nicely with social media.
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