Who says 3-D has to be expensive? An autostereoscopic adapter for Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch converts the handheld into a stereoscopic display for $50, plus a free app lets you take 3-D photos, too. Look for 3D photography to take off over the next few years. R.C.J.
If you are not ready shell out a premium price for a Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, LG or Mitsubishi 3-D TV, all of which are slated for 2010 debuts, then why not get started with an autostereoscopic adapter for your iPhone or iPod Touch that only costs $50? (Soon to be available for laptop screens, too.) The Wazabee 3DeeShell autostereoscopic adapter from Spatial View (Toronto) consists of a lenticular lens that fits over the display to divert two images in a stereoscopic pair to the right and left eyes. And voila -- instant 3-D viewing and without the dorky glasses!
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