Fuji's second attempt at a 3D camera is everything that its first should have been.
Typical price: $599.00
Fujifilm releases Finepix Real 3D camera to U.S. market today; it was already available in Japan.
We got our hands on the Fujifilm FinePix Real3D camera, with just one question on our lips: is it any good?
The W1, a large point-and-shoot, is possibly the world's first consumer 3D digital camera.
Fujifilm has debuted the first product to use its Real3D technology. We've come over all giddy about it, but it ain't cheap
The Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D System will wreck your head: it's a system for capturing, displaying and printing 3D images without the aid of glasses
"Real" 3D coming to the PSP?
SGI takes a ten percent stake in the graphics chip maker, which will become a preferred provider and cross-licensee, for about $20 million.
Lockheed Martin has spun off Real 3D as an independent corporation. Lockheed Martin has retained majority ownership, and chip maker Intel has purchased a 20 percent minority interest in the developer and producer of real-time, three-dimensional graphics technology products. The chip giant, which is developing an integrated 3-D/2-D/video graphics chip, called Intel740, also will have a non-voting observer seat on Real 3D's board.
We're back! Jeff and Wilson are joined in the studio today with "Kenri", and Justin chimes in from the San Francisco via the phone. It's back to our usual shenanigans again, and we recount our holiday break.