Tuesday, February 15, 2011

3D - The wave of future smartphones at MWC 2011 - February 15th, 2011

By Sonali Mishra
The first day of MWC 2011 marked the inception of devices with new multimedia features with world’s first 3D recording, seamless multitasking, advanced GMS and jet speed internet browsing features. LG launched its Optimus Pad – manifestation of tablet it was meant to be. The tablet comes with a one hand grip,8.9”dispay well crafted for work and play with new 3D experience, powerful performance, enabled by dual core and a whole new android 3.0 honeycomb platform experience.LG claims it to be lightning fast on account of tri dual architecture-dual core/dual channel/dual memory.

With the launch of its high performance smartphone offering the world’s first full 3D experience with world’s first tri dual architecture, you tube 3D collaboration and HD video play, LG send a key note to the public that 3D technology is going to be the wave of the future.

NTT Docomo launched the touchable 3D display where you can feel the sensation of touching a 3D image. By combining a glass 3d display and force feedback junction using magnetic force, a natural 3D image and the feeling of touching it can be realized without glasses.

With 3D technology being one of the undeniable themes this year in MWC and being pushed to the mobile devices opens up a lot of opportunities for developers. Starting from Implementation of 3D UIs and presentation layers, development of applications and services using 3D, advanced location based services using 3D buildings and surfaces to 3D modeling such as displaying a 3D model of a car it provides a range of growth opportunities. The development of the 3D technology will move quickly and leverage many of the innovations from other parts of the mobile industry. While taking advantage of our experience, Teleca recognizes the uniqueness of the 3D ecosystem and our mission is to keep our customers on the path to success as they navigate this journey.

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