RED has partnered with a company named Lucid to build an 8K 3D camera that will work with the upcoming Hydrogen One smartphone. The device, shown here as a prototype, consists of two synchronized 4K cameras that record and convert video and images in 8K.

Then the content can be displayed as 3D on the smartphone’s holographic display as well as uploaded to YouTube, Facebook, and on REDs own video platform. The new camera uses RED hardware and design, combined with Lucid’s real-time 3D technology, which combine the images together to make them visible on a smartphone.

Lucid herself is best known for her own LucidCam camera, which shoots 180-degree 3D VR video and photos. Hydrogen One should have a 5.7-inch QHD display, Snapdragon 835 chipset, 4500 mAh battery, USB Type-C and audio jack. Post from: GizBrain. Images courtesy of Phil Holland.

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