YouTube's Future Is Full Of 3D Video

This guy looks weird wearing 3D glasses

Photo: screenpunk

YouTube will automatically convert all video uploaded in 1080p to a 3D format as well, as explained on the YouTube blog.Users previously had the option to manually convert their video to a 3D-friendly format with a single click, but now the conversion will be automatic.

Videos will still appear normally until someone watching them activates the 3D mode, at which point he’ll have to put on 3D glasses to get the effect.

For a very technical explanation of how this conversion works, check out the post on the YouTube blog.

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