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Nikon launches 3D image conversion service for viewing 3D images on a dedicated 3D digital photo frame


Nikon today announced the launch of my Picturetown 3D, a new 3D imaging service that offers 3D image conversion over the Internet for viewing of 3D images on a dedicated 3D digital photo frame in Japan. Nikon my Picturetown 3D is a service for registered Japanese members that offers a 3D image conversion service available from Nikon’s my Picturetown, an online image sharing and storage service, and supports viewing of 3D images without specialized eyewear on the new Nikon NF-300i 3D digital photo frame. The primary services offered are as follows:-Loan of an NF-300i 3D digital photo frame, , 3D image conversion of still images stored on my Picturetown and Viewing and sharing services for 3D image utilizing my Picturetown functions.


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The above services not only allow users to view their photos in dynamic 3D format, but also enable the sharing of 3D images between NF-300i 3D digital photo frames. The Android mobile operating system adopted for the NF-300i 3D digital photo frame, enables the inclusion of functions other than simple image viewing, including a calendar, a clock and display of weather information. my Picturetown 3D is only available in Japan for a nominal fee of ¥1,995($24)per month or ¥19,950($244) per year.




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