Augmented reality has come a long way since we first talked about it two years ago. Though the technology itself remains largely in its experimental phase, its potential for future applications of use is tremendous. Recently, Sony has been working on abit of AR themselves and they call it SmartAR.
Few weeks before, Sony unveiled its 3D portable camcorder camera – Sony Bloggie 3D at CES and it was put up for pre-orders. Its now finally available for online purchase. This camera brings up 3D photography at the user level, so that normal consumers will now not have to purchase expensive high end 3D cameras and still enjoy decent quality 3D imaging.
The tablet with Tegra destined for the Japanese market has some amazing features. Toshiba presented the Android 3.0 tablet recently, Regza AT300, which features specs that will surely give the other Honeycomb tablets a headaches.
Acer is one of the pioneers of 3D computer monitors, known for the GD235HZ launched early last year. Latest Acer HN274H comes with a screen diagonal of 27 inches and 100.000.000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. Bypassing fancy specifications, HN274H costs $ 689, and with this pricetag you’ll find a pair of NVIDIA 3D Vision glasses included too.
Fujitsu LifeBook launched a new notebook recently called the AH572, its a 15.6-inch notebook with and a 3D screen, equipped with Intel Core i5 and the latest Sandy Bridge Intel HD 3000 video card.
LG Thrill 4G is basically an AT&T branded LG Optimus 3D. It has a four-inch touch screen display and you can view 3D contents without wearing any 3D glasses. It works just like an Nintendo 3DS.
The LG Thrill 4G is powered by a dual-core 1 GHz processor and runs on Android 2.2 Froyo (it will get gingerbread soon). It boasts dual five megapixel cameras which allows you to view 3D content and record 3D video in 720p. The 3D effect can of course be turned off if you’d prefer staying 2D land.
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