This is Gnash here and ready to share my thrilling experience of using the 3D web cam. Most of the times we would like to see our close relatives or friends located at far off locations through the web cam connected to the Personal Computers. After the arrival of web cameras since the early 2000s, people don't seem to miss their loved relatives and friends. Now the technology has a taken giant leap forward. The 3D web camera has arrived. A couple of years ago the Japanese manufacturer Minoru came out with their version of the 3D Web camera. I have watches 3D movies in theaters and it was quite an experience for me. All the characters on screen seem to be staring right at me at a distance of a few inches. So, Naturally I was interested with the 3D Version of the web camera.
I read some reviews about the Minoru 3D web cam in on line tech magazines like thinkgeek.com and found to be impressive. I wanted to buy it, but saw the cost to be $100. We get the 2D or the ordinary web cams at $20 to $30. So I had made up mind and decided to buy during the thanks giving sale of 2009. Thus, I got the Minoru web cam at $74, which was a pretty good discount. So, I came to my house and straight away started assembling it.
From the first look, it looked like a person with two eyes. Then after reading the manual I found out that it had two cameras. Minoru web cam will use these two cameras to take separate video feeds from your side and then mix it with some time gap. There are also a set of 3D glasses that comes along with the 3D web camera. So, if you want your near and dear ones, to see you in real time, you need to send these glasses to them. Once they wear these glasses, they can see you in 3D. My brother saw me in 3D and was actually thrilled. So, Go ahead and get a Minoru 3D digital camera.
Tue, 21 Dec 2010 06:47:14 +0000
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