Holovisions LLC (Minneapolis, MN, USA) developed a new glasses-free 3D display technology based on an array of moving microlenses. The company announced recently that three new US patents about this technology (7,889,425, 7,957,061, and 7,978,407) were approved.
The canadian 3D gore movie "Dead Before Dawn 3D" finished shooting in Niagara Falls. Video news from the shooting site are available (follow link below).
Sony just announced the launch of the DEV-3 (10x) and DEV-5 (20X) digital binoculars which double as a high-definition 3D video cameras. GPS for geotagging and a battery good for 3 hours of full HD recording are included.
Zoom is limited to 5.4X in recording mode.
On 6 August 2011, an ESA-developed camera produced live-streaming 3D images for the first time in the history of space travel – showing the International Space Station like never before.
On 6 August, NASA astronaut Ron Garan operated the Erasmus Recording Binocular camera (ERB-2, tech specs here under) to open a new window on the ISS through stereoscopic eyes, in high-definition quality. As Flight Engineer for Expedition 28 and a video blogger himself, Garan set up the futuristic-looking camera in Europe's Columbus laboratory. While talking about the work on board the ISS, he enhanced the sense of depth and presence by playing with an inflatable Earth globe.
The size of a shoebox, with high-definition optics and advanced electronics, the ERB-2 is the second generation of ESA's stereoscopic camera family developed by Cosine BV (Leiden, the Netherlands) and Techno System (Naples, Italy).