This Kickstarter project is actually a great idea, if you’ve been eyeing up LG and HTC’s 3D phones enviously and it works by basically adding another camera sensor to the iPhone, via the Sthreeam dongle you attach to the base. Both 3D photos and video can be shot with the iPhone and shown on either 2D TVs using the anaglyphic glasses or on 3DTVs with active shutter shades……..
If you’re on the 3D bandwagon, this new dongle will let you shoot 3D video on your 2D iPhone and this thing is a Kickstarter project, so you’ll need to chip some money in to get it made in the first place, but if enough 3D fans do so you’ll get one of the first off the line. Sthreeam is a plug-and-play device that gives your iPhone the capability to take 3D photos and videos that can be displayed on conventional 2D TV and computer screens using Red-Cyan glasses and on specially-designed 3D screens. Sthreeam 3.2 is first development in 3D around the iPhone 3GS. Designed according to the aesthetic and quality requirements of a true Apple user, it allows you to take 3D photographs with a resolution of 3.2 MP. Always keeping in mind the aesthetic characteristics and the impeccable quality that Apple gives all of its products, Sthreeam 5.0 sets a new landmark for your iPhone 4: In addition to being able to produce photographs in 3D with a resolution of 5 MP, it allows you to record videos in 3D in VGA at 30 fps. As the new start- up that we are, we offer engineering, hardware and software development services to a variety of companies and goal is to create and develop our own products and to make them a reality. The first of those products is Sthreeam. As you can imagine, the technical effort invested in the development of a device like Sthreeam and its corresponding software has been immense. To certify, produce and distribute it is another world and company send a Sthreeam to all of the Kickstarters during the month of August.