Update: With CES 2010 now upon us, Engadget.com has leaked some pictures of the PlayMemories Studio video editor for PlayStation 3 below.
Sony has launched a PSN application called PlayMemories late last month which allows for 3D photo image viewing via 3D Bravia televisions on the PlayStation 3 entertainment system.
For those interested, below is a video of it in action courtesy of PSNStores via YouTube and to quote:
"PlayMemories is a new application for PS3 that lets you organize and view 3D still images captured with the growing range of 3D-compatible cameras by Sony.
The app supports images taken with Sony's recently released 3D Sweep Panorama enabled compacts and interchangeable lens cameras. Now it's easy to explore and enjoy 3D panoramic images on your PlayStation 3 and 3D BRAVIA or 3D-capable TV.
Available for free download from PlayStation Store, PlayMemories offers a whole new experience for PS3 users to view their collection of 2D and 3D photos. Select a picture and zoom in or out using your DUALSHOCK 3 or SIXAXIS wireless controller: it's easy, intuitive and fun.
There's a growing choice of 3D-capable digital cameras from Sony. 3D Sweep Panorama captures extra-wide 3D scenes: just press the shutter button and sweep the camera from side to side. Cameras offering 3D Sweep Panorama currently include the NEX-3/NEX-5, Cyber-shot WX5 and Cyber-shot TX9, plus the new ?55 and ?33 translucent mirror cameras."
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