Developer Spatial View is working hard on an app and hardware implementation that will apparently allow iPhone and Android device users to watch stereoscopic 3D media without the need of glasses.
The iPhone app, called 3DeeCentral, will make its way to users before any Android implementation. The app will essentially link users to specifically created 3D content that is viewable via the developer’s 3DeeSlide hardware peripheral. 3DeeSlide is a lenticular lens that clips onto a device, in this case the iPhone, allowing users to view the 3D content without glasses. The peripheral works in both landscape and portrait modes and also supports touch capabilities, allowing you to use the device while the attachment is on your device.
The 3DeeCentral iPhone app has already been submitted to Apple, and the initial launch will include the 3DeeSlide peripheral for iPhone 3GS and iPhone 3G, with an iPhone 4 version slated for release shortly after launch. The peripheral is expected to cost $20, no word on app and content pricing. Android versions are currently in development.