Announced during the 2011 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, SPB Software's latest 3D user interface for mobile device is fully compatible with the Android mobile platform.
The new UI is the result of the collaboration between
SPB Software and Spatial View Inc., a pioneer in stereo 3D auto-stereoscopic technologies.
We visited SPB Software's booth at the 2011 MWC and captured several shots with the developer's new user interface, which looks pretty amazing overall.
“By partnering with Spatial View and combining our flagship SPB UI Engine with Spatial View's leading auto-stereo 3D display technologies, we are able to demonstrate a very compelling stereo 3D UI platform for readily creating highly responsive stereoscopic 3D user interface solutions,” said Sebastian-Justus Schmidt, CEO of SPB.
“Indeed, our stereo 3D UI framework aptly complements existing stereoscopic content based solutions in the market,” added Schmidt.
The 3D user interface looks like an all-encompassing home screen that houses a rich set of animated 3D widgets, a specialized collection of 3D folders and a suite of customizable panels in stereoscopic 3D.
Furthermore, the combination of stylish design and auto-stereoscopic 3D gives users the feeling of immersion while browsing experience.
This seems to be the first glasses-free stereoscopic
3D mobile user interface with full navigation capabilities that is available for Android devices.
In addition to the new 3D user interface, SBP Software has built a real 3D UI Engine that enables carriers to build customized UIs for any own-branded Android device.
“As a provider of auto-stereoscopic technology and 3D content for mobile devices, we are pleased to work with SPB Software to broaden the implementation of stereo 3D on mobile devices,” said Ihor Petelycky, general manager, Core Technology and Applications at Spatial View Inc.
“Now there is no need to keep switching from 3D to 2D, after viewing stereo 3D content. The whole mobile experience can be in stereo 3D,” concluded Petelycky.
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