Summary:

No funky glasses required. That’s the premise behind the 3D prototype mobile display built by DDD Group. DDD, which stands for Dynamic Digital Depth, build the prototype based on the HTC Faraday running Windows Mobile 5 on a TI OMAP850 chipset. With the appropriate screen, DDD […]

No funky glasses required. That’s the premise behind the 3D prototype mobile display built by DDD Group. DDD, which stands for Dynamic Digital Depth, build the prototype based on the HTC Faraday running Windows Mobile 5 on a TI OMAP850 chipset. With the appropriate screen, DDD can display 3D images at 15 frames per second by generating two discrete images: one for each eye that the brain perceives as a three-dimensional image.

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I can hardly wait to see "Bubble Breaker" in 3-D on a Windows Mobile device. Seriously, this could have some very practical uses in the medical and engineering industries just to name a few.

-kct

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