Having dual lens on a digital camera is nothing new, but throwing in essentially what is a third eye will definitely freak people out, even camera enthusiasts. This is exactly what 3D World from China did, introducing a medium-format film camera that comes with a trio of specifically positioned lenses. This special camera interpolates between all three views, producing a couple of slides in the process. When inserted into a special viewer, both slides will then combine to introduce a pseudo 3D image. Are 2D photos and pictures being phased out slowly but surely, or will we still stick stubbornly to the world of 2D?