If you’ve ever wanted to shoot 3D video
on your mobile phone, but only have one that is capable of shooting in plain old 2D, Fujitsu
may have the solution. It has developed an attachment which uses mirrors to send two discrete stereo images to the camera’s sensor. Once the footage is captured, users must upload it to Fujitsu’s servers where it is processed and returned as a converted 3D video.
Fujitsu hopes that this will help user-captured footage mirror 3D trends in film and television where there is a growing supply and demand. The company is set to showcase the technology and unveil it in more detail at the upcoming International Symposium on Consumer Electronics
(ISCE 2012) from on June 4th. The current alternative if you want to upload 3D videos is to upload to YouTube in 1080p and take advantage of the conversion process