“Hasbro Inc. is betting that iPod and iPhone users want 3-D viewing on the go,” Anne D’Innocenzio reports for The Associated Press.
“The nation’s second-largest toy maker is set to unveil to investors on Tuesday a handheld device called My3D that attaches to the two Apple Inc. devices,” D’Innocenzio reports. “It promises three-dimensional content that offers a 360-degree experience in gaming, virtual travel experiences and entertainment content. It’s aimed at both children and adults.”
D’Innocenzio reports, “The device, which resembles a pair of binoculars with a slot in which users insert their iPod or iPhone, will be priced at $30. It will be available starting next spring at stores where Apple’s iPhones and iPod Touches are available.”
“Shoppers can then visit Apple’s App store, which will allow shoppers to browse for additional My 3D content. Content varies in price; some apps will be free,” D’Innocenzio reports. “Hasbro said it was guided by Apple during development and believes there’s nothing available that matches the quality and 3-D experience on the iPhone or iPod Touch.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn W.” for the heads up.]