LG + National Geographic for 3D content on smartphones

LG + National Geographic for 3D content on smartphones
LG is collaborating with National Geographic Assignment photographers to create the first 3D image and video content in its history. The material will be shot entirely with the LG Optimus 3D, the world’s first glasses-free full 3D smartphone with the Tri-dual architecture.

LG Optimus 3D’s advanced technology features, such as video stabilization and misalignment correction functions, allow the National Geographic Assignment photographers to easily capture high-definition 3D content in a variety of locations. National Geographic is recognized for its work with award-winning photojournalists and comprehensive collection of photographs. National Geographic Assignment selected six staff artists from around the globe to capture images with the smartphone.

The elite roster of photojournalists -- comprised of four photographers and two videographers -- will have their work exhibited at IFA, Europe’s largest trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances in Berlin, Germany from September 2-7, 2011. The National Geographic staff includes Steven Alvarez, Brian Skerry, Bryan Harvey, Justin Guariglia, Peter Hutchens and Steve Winter.

As you may well be aware already, LG Optimus 3D is recognized as the world’s first Tri-dual (dual-core, dual-channel, dual-memory) smartphone to display full stereoscopic 3D. Optimus 3D’s Tri-dual architecture allows for superb multi-tasking, crisp full HD movie watching and fast graphics intensive games.
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