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What is Amazon Fire Phone's Dynamic Perspective display and how does it work?

What is Amazon Fire Phone's Dynamic Perspective display and how does it work?

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The Amazon Fire Phone, after much rumour, is finally out in the world. As a mobile handset the spec sheet confirms it's pretty good, but nothing special, until the Dynamic Perspective is mentioned. This is a world first. Amazon's Dynamic Perspective creates... >>

IMAX next-gen laser projectors to arrive this year, more affordable home cinema in 2015

IMAX next-gen laser projectors to arrive this year, more affordable home cinema in 2015

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IMAX is still the world's best pioneer for cinema advancements. It recently announced the world's first fully integrated 65mm 4K digital large-format 3D camera. And it's got plenty more to come including higher frame rates, next-gen laser projectors... >>

3D holographic projector system created by MIT scientists

3D holographic projector system created by MIT scientists

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3D screens have come and gone without much fanfare but the medium is still here. Scientists at MIT have cracked a new holographic 3D projector that sits between true holograms and current 3D images. The idea is to create an object on a screen that can... >>

3D Air-Touch could bring accurate gesture controls to mobiles soon

3D Air-Touch could bring accurate gesture controls to mobiles soon

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Gesture controlled screens are already catching on with home televisions and Kinect powered consoles responding to a regal wave from the couch. Now mobiles have the chance to bend to your finger flipping will thanks to 3D Air-Touch. Researchers at the... >>

3D TV not dead, says Samsung, still 'a feature consumers like to use'

3D TV not dead, says Samsung, still 'a feature consumers like to use'

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Samsung has responded to growing concerns that 3D is no longer an important technology for home entertainment, and claims  it is still an "important part of our TV proposition". At the CES trade show in Las Vegas in January, the biggest technology buzzwords... >>

Pocket-lint tech year in review 2013: The losers

Pocket-lint tech year in review 2013: The losers

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Although we've had a fantastic year in the world of technology, gadgets and gizmos, with some superb products and entire new categories starting their invasion on the market, some companies will also, for one reason or another, want to forget 2013. Pocket-lint... >>

YouTube comes to Nintendo 3DS, but no 3D support

YouTube comes to Nintendo 3DS, but no 3D support

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A YouTube app is finally available for Nintendo 3DS/2DS handheld consoles. Offered as a free download in the Nintendo eShop, the application brings access to the millions of videos and YouTube channels to the gaming device, albeit with one or two caveats.... >>

Cubify Cube 3D printer (second-gen) review
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Cubify Cube 3D printer (second-gen) review

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3D printing is the talk of the town at the moment. Stories are flooding the press about how people are making everything from replacement Lego bricks to full working guns to wearable clothing and prototypes for the latest gadgets. But it's not just restricted... >>

Skype confirms development of 3D video calls, but bemoans lack of suitable cameras

Skype confirms development of 3D video calls, but bemoans lack of suitable cameras

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Just as the rest of the world is seemingly shying away from 3D in the home, Skype has revealed that it has developed the technology necessary to offer stereoscopic video calls. However, we may not get the service any time soon as the required technology... >>

Virgin Media dramatically expands 3D offering, The Hobbit, Oz and shows from Sony and Discovery

Virgin Media dramatically expands 3D offering, The Hobbit, Oz and shows from Sony and Discovery

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Although the BBC has decided to end its association with 3D broadcasting after the forthcoming Doctor Who special, Virgin Media is continuing to show its support for the stereoscopic video format. It has signed deals with Sony, Discovery and New Media... >>