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Re: 3D (&2D) Pictures & Videos Taken With Evo 3D
I enjoyed taking the 3D images, but the lack of some universal way to view them other than the Evo 3D made it hard to get excited beyond just showing people my phone. I traded in my Evo 3D in November for a Note 2, so I no longer have it. I have the image files, but I can't really view them on anything. If reasonably priced monitors that could display these images in the same way as the Evo 3D does were on sale, that would be a different thing. Even 3D TV's, which I don't think can display these images and were hyped to all hell just a year ago, are on the decline and are being removed from manufacturers product lineups. It seems consumers have spoken and decided that 3D was not something that really want, even though movie studios are still trying their best to make almost every new movie out, especially those for kids, in 3D. I've heard part of this is due to the more difficulty in copying 3D video, but I wonder if now that sufficient time has passed, have the crackers been able to circumvent this easily enuogh to where 3D now does not have that advantage anymore, and this yet another reason we are seeing manufacturers backing away from it. I bought my Evo 3D almost two years ago, and although it might have been on sale for another year, I think it was discontinued last summer if I'm not mistaken, which means that in another year or so, most people who bought one will have traded up for a newer phone. Some people will hold onto theirs just for the 3D camera, I suppose, but in general, it will become a device and an image format that a very, very small number of people can actually use...