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Apple could be giving us Sony 3D sensors in the main cameras of future iPhones that would help in 3D content creation and more
It was rumored to be one of the dragging factors that kept the iPhone X from getting out to customers with the other iPhones last year.
Google is supposedly the favorite to buy out the startups assets concerning light field cameras and may beat out Apple and Facebook.
If you're a little more serious about your VR content creation than what the Gear 360 can handle, check out the professional-grade Samsung 360 Round.
The final version of iOS 11 has been leaked in a "golden master" and now we're dissecting the software interface and hardware behind "Face ID."
Apple has a two-year lead on Qualcomm in developing the 3D sensing technology it has... now it only needs to succeed with it.
Software engineers are tipped to be on a scary slope to delays for major features like facial recognition and wireless charging on this $1,000+ iPhone.
A boutique high-end camera-maker is now drawing pre-orders for a phone that will purportedly capture and display holographic content in 2D and 3D.
With Touch ID possibly out of the equation, Apple needs a killer iPhone 8 facial recognition feature, and LG Innotek may help get it done.
In addition to no screen bezels or home button, the redesigned face of the groundbreaking iPhone 8 should bring a 3D-capable selfie cam to the table.
Microsoft unveiled some cool looking tech outlining its 3D strategy going forward, but does that spell doom for Windows 10 Mobile?
Add 3D photography to the already long list of potentially revolutionary, albeit gimmicky rumored iPhone 8 upgrades for next year.
The China-unveiled ZTE Axon 7 Max is a little more than an oversized Axon 7, with innovative (gimmicky?) 3D support in tow.
A six-inch full HD screen that can show you 3D without you having to put on glasses? Dual cameras that shoot 3D images. Gimmicky? Real?
The Windows 10 Creators Update, aka Redstone 2, will soon head out for free to Win 10 devices with a big emphasis on 3D content.
Oh boy. Remember this thing? The HTC EVO 3D was one of two smartphones, alongside the LG Optimus 3D, that featured two very unique and very niche features: a dual camera setup on the back of the phone, and an autostereoscopic display for viewing 3D images, similar to what’s found on the Nintendo 3DS. Neither phone was met with very favorable reviews, and they quickly died out and vanished into obscurity. Recent rumors have hinted at a dual camera fashioning on the next Nexus device, and while it doesn’t sound like it’ll use the same stereoscopic technology (if it [...]
Rumors are surfacing about Amazon playing with the idea of finally bringing a smartphone to market. Why wouldn’t they? They’ve already got some basic eBook readers, and some devices that should rightly be called “tablets”. They don’t have a phone, not yet anyway. So what’s this we’re hearing about an Amazon 3D phone?
According to sources that don’t want to be named, not only is Amazon working on a phone, but it might include a 3D user interface as well. I know what you’re saying: we already had 3D phones, and they flopped [...]
We're very likely looking at another slump in 3D adoption, until OEMs figure out how to deliver a truly stunning experience without so many compromises. Until then, it seems inevitable that mobile displays offering more than two dimensions will remain at most a novelty, and at worst, another in the long line of failed 3D fad products.