2 eyes better : fujifilm finepix real 3d w1
Some time back I got the chance to put my trigger-happy fingers on one: the Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W1. (ok that's a mouthful). Coincidentally Vol 25 of the otona no kagaku (大人の科学) ran an article on it. The W1 doesn't resemble a digital camera at all, more like those portable media player. But when you slide that cover down and reveal those 2 lenses, you know it isn't a simple toy. Not to be confused with a twin lens reflex camera (of which I own one), the 2 lenses on the W1 allow it to capture a view from 2 different angles. With the help of the 3D LCD monitor, your left eye, your right eye, and your brain, you get a 3D picture floating in front of you.
Of course, I can't show you the effect with this 2D blog of mine (try crossing your eyes. Better don't), but with 3D digital viewer and 3D printing (again, not to be confused with rapid prototyping), you can see the 3D effect without wearing goggles or crossing eyes or any funny action.
There is a newer and lighter version the W3. Wonder when will 3D camera penetrate the masses like how digital camera did.