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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

3D Geek Alert: NVIDIA And Fujifilm Partner To Bring Easy 3D Photos To The Home!

Jim here. Once you get set up with NVIDIA's 3D Vision technology, the 3D world is your oyster. Case in point: Fujifilm has just released their Finepix Real 3D W1 - the world's first 3D point and shoot camera in North America. And it works with 3D Vision!

Yes the camera is pricey - $600. But for early adopters like a lot of us, it is time it happened! Further, you don't need 3d glasses to view the photos -or videos- you take with the camera; the rear LCD displays it in 3D for you. You can also buy Fujifilm's V1 Picture Viewer with an 8 inch screen for $500. Online ordering of actual 3D prints is done directly with Fujifilm for $6.99 each.

Even more good news is that Fujifilm has partnered with NVIDIA to deliver a way to view the photos on a regular screen (120Hz monitor that is) with their 3D Vision technology. So it really is the best of both worlds. With glasses or without.

This looks like perfect timing to me. With 3D movies and gaming absolutely booming right now and with 2010 holding the keys to 3D TVs - Fujifilm seems to be at the right place at the right time with the right product. I am hoping to try one out soon!


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