Skype announced 3D video calls are under development
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Skype has announced for developing 3D video calls. The web telephone service Skype said that it could be many years before with this technology. A lot of people now buy TVs and computer monitors that are capable of delivering a 3D image but they not have capture devices. Skype is looking at the ecosystem of devices and their capability to support it. 3D video chats would take long time to catch on than other services, such as television and film. Microsoft’s corporate vice-president for Skype Mark Gillett said to BBC that the ability to transmit and receive 3D video over the service is possible but current capture technology is not good enough. He is saying that they are likely to see Full HD 1080p Skype video calls.
Microsoft’s corporate vice-president for Skype Mark Gillett said to BBC that you have to add multiple cameras to your computer for calibrate them and point them at the right angle. He said that he can imagine a day when Peoples have a 3D cell phone screen that doesn’t need 3D glasses for use this technology. Skype should refocus on providing the best communication tools and fight hard for mobile. It is very good news for Skype user about developing 3D video calls. Users are excited about 3D video calls.
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