Spatial View and a company called UVPHACTORY have teamed up to bring the first 3D musicvideo to the iPhone that requires the viewer to wear no 3D glasses. The video is for the song "Drown in the Now" for The Crystal Method. The song has performances by Matisuahu and is taken from The Crystal Method's latest album titles "Divided by Night."
The new 3D video is set to debut ahead of the Grammy awards that will air Sunday. The 3D tech used will support he iPhone 3G, 3GS, and the iPod touch. First gen iPhone users are apparently out of luck.
The catch is to view the video in 3D the user needs to purchase the 3DeeSlide bundle to watch the stereo 3D content on the iPhone. Beat Raemy, CEO at Spatial View says, “Our focus is to enable people to enjoy a natural and affordable 3D visual media experience across a variety of platforms including mobile and personal computers.” In November 2009, Spatial View partnered with Sony Music Entertainment Germany for the Sony Blue-ray disc “forsenses.” Users of iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and iPod Touch (second generation or later) who buy a bundle comprising of the 3DeeSlide can download and watch Stereo 3D excerpts on their mobile devices.
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