In recent years, the chance to see 3D images in film and television is growing. There are number of smartphones available in the market today if you want to take 3D videos. But because not all have 3D phones, Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. has developed a technology that can capture 3D video camera with cell phones and smartphones regardless of whether the phone has a 3D camera or not. They are working on a new way for phones that have one camera to shoot 3D videos – which generally require two cameras.
This would be done by using unique attachment that use mirrors to send different images to camera sensor. After recording attachement with the videos the creation in uploaded to Fujitsu, after that some image processing will be done to get the 3D masterpiece. With this technology, 3D imaging will be possible in existing mobile phone or smartphone without having to buy a dedicated device. It has a height of 1.4 cm and is 5.7 cm long. It would use 25% of camera's sensor while shooting, which means they would not be of high quality as recorded by a 2D camera.
The price has not been determined and the equipment is not ready for the market but the details of this technology, will be announced at "(International Symposium on Consumer Electronics) IEEE ISCE" International Conference to be held in the United States from Harrisburg on Monday, June 4, 2012.