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3D Imaging Capabilities Coming to Cell Phones

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Jun 23, 2008, 8:12 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

According to CNet, Infosys was recently granted a patent for technology that would enable devices such as mobile phones to take, send and receive 3D images. The way the technology works is, a cameraphone would take a series of standard 2D images. A processor using Infosys' Fourier transformations then calculates and renders a 3D image based on the data present in the 2D images without losing resolution. Part of Infosys' recent patent includes a way for such files to be compressed and sent through current Internet pipes. The images could then be displayed and/or projected onto a 3D screen with the right combination of hardware. Infosys believes this technology will be widespread by the year 2010.

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Jun 23, 2008, 7:34 PM


This just freaks me out.... my phone is smarter than I am!
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