By Jay Alabaster
Fujitsu has developed a system that allows standard mobile phone cameras to take 3D pictures and video.
The company has designed a small attachment about the size of a stick of lip balm that lies flat across the mobile camera, using a tiny set of mirrors to split an image or video recording into two parts. These parts are then uploaded to a server operated by Fujitsu, which aligns the two halves into a single 3D picture or video.
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