Even YouTube is working on 3D videos at this point in time, but regardless of how many other novel ways they are going to present video, they still haven’t cracked the magic code to monetize this huge game they’ve got going on here. Currently, YouTube is testing out 3D videos on the site by offering a range of viewing options for different 3D systems. Guess if this ever catches on, we’ll be looking at a new range of casual camcorders as well as video recorders that are YouTube 3D Ready without having to go through a computer to turn the video you just shot into a 3D version.
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