Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Fuji 3D printer

Fujifilm is introducing a new 3D printer, at least in the UK.
"Excellent ‘photographic’ results are produced using dye-sublimation technology to print directly on to the base of a lenticular sheet."
(I'm not sure why Fuji puts "photographic" in quotes, one must assume printed photos look like photos, even in 3D!)
There's no pricing yet, but I get the feeling this is aimed at shops rather than individuals.
(Here's a picture of their 3D camera, also pretty new.)


Bert said...

I'm not sure why Fuji puts "photographic" in quotes [...]

These days, 3D printing tends to refer to technologies that actually output three-dimensional objects. I'm pretty sure that, despite the emphasis put on the word 'photographic', some people simply won't get what this is about, especially if mentioned without the complementary 3D camera to put things in context. Raise your hands, those of you who knew before encountering this what lenticular printing is all about? ;-)

Eolake Stobblehouse said...

Fair point. I had to look it up. It those vertical plastic lines which break up the picture for two eyes innit?

Miserere said...

I'm surprised it's taken so long for digital camera makers to introduce a 3D model. And again, innovation comes from outside the Big 5.

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