W3D is a Smartphone- Autosteroscopic Game console Combo
The W3D by Snail Mobile (China) is more a portable 5.5 inches game console than a phone. It uses eye tracking to improve the no-glasses Full HD 3D experience.
The W3D is built on the Android 4.4 with a 5 Mega Pixel front camera and a 13 Mega Pixel rear camera. Watch the video demo shot at E3 here under and discover price and release date.
YouTube Supports 360° Video Now! 3D Stereoscopic and Live Streaming Will Follow Soon.
This week, YouTube started to support 360° surround video with "pan and scan" feature on desktop PC and mobile devices. YouTube product manager Sanjeev Verma tells us that Google Cardboard and stereoscopic 3D support are definitely on the roadmap. Livestreaming, as well. Full 360° video demos here under.
Obox W3D Smartphone Available in China
The Obox W3D game console/smartphone hybrid has been reviewed by Gimodo: "With a front-facing, eye-tracking camera, the W3D is able to tell exactly how you're looking at it, and the effect is pretty convincing. From straight on, stereoscopic 3D images pop right out nicely, and thanks to that tracking, you don't have to hold the phone completely still to make sure they don't disappear. You have to turn it something fierce before the illusion breaks.". video presentation here under.
New Sensio Deals fo 3DGO!
Having recently signed extensions with Disney and Universal, Sensio (Montreal, Canada) is building value in its 3DGO! platform. Its stock value regain its September level as a consequence. The licensing agreement with Universal Pictures Home Entertainment for the distribution of 3-D movies through its 3DGO! video-on-demand service include animated films as Despicable Me and Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. Analysts believe Sensio is now a better takeover candidate for VOD and content owner companies such as Netflix, Google, Amazon, Yahoo and Hulu.