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Dennis Hissink : August 25th 2003 - 15:36 CET

Photo3-D adds an new dimension to digital imaging


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NewsMission 3-D, providing consumers, gadget lovers and digital photographers the ability to capture, create and share eye-popping 3-D photographs, announced today the launch of their Photo3-D product, the world's first affordable, user-friendly device that enables anyone to easily take 3-D photographs. Photo3-D works with any digital camera, and the full product package - Photo3-D 303 Kit - includes everything needed to easily take, see and share 3-D photographs. While many people today have experienced the awesome effects of 3-D movies, few people have enjoyed 3-D photography. While wildly popular back in the 1890's and again in the 1950's, nearly two generations today have never seen a 3-D photograph.
Photo3-D takes just minutes to learn, and anyone who knows how to operate a digital camera and home computer can take their own incredible 3-D photos in a few simple steps: Just attach the camera to the device using the standard tripod socket on the bottom of the camera, take a picture like you normally would, then use the device to take another picture, capturing what is known as a "stereo-pair" of images. Then plug the camera or card into your computer, load the two pictures into the Photo3-D Mixer software, focus, and voila! You have an amazing 3-D photo within seconds. A Photo3-D picture is viewed with the included RC glasses, and can be saved, printed, or emailed just like any digital photo.

Mission3-D's new Photo3-D 303 Kit includes the patent-pending model 303 camera attachment that makes capturing stereo images fast and easy, plus simple-to-use Photo3-D Mixer software for creating the 3-D image, and contemporary styled Photo3-D RC glasses for viewing the 3-D pictures. The patent-pending Photo3-D RC glasses are exclusively made in accordance with internal lab testing and optimized for photo prints made on desktop inkjet and photo printers, for sharp 3-D photos. The 303 Kit also includes the Photo3-D T100 mini-tripod/hand-held pistol grip used with the attachment to take photos, as well as three high-quality paper 3-D glasses, five paper 3-D viewers, and a 3-D Greetings card with built-in 3-D viewer for sending your favorite 3-D photo to friends or family.

The manufacturer's suggested retail price for the Photo3-D 303 Kit is US$129.




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