Watching movies in 3D is becoming commonplace these days and playing video games in 3D isn’t far behind in popularity. But what about mundane every day activities like catching up on your Facebook news? Do you think 3D would make those activities more fun or easier? LG Netherlands has created the LG 3D Studio to experiment with this possibility. Their first experiment is a 3D Newsfeed of your Facebook wall that you can try right now. Your news is represented as dynamic stacks that you can scroll through and quickly see if the news has an attached video, image or link. You can check it out right now by watching the embedded video above, or click through to the LG 3D Studio link and login with your Facebook account to try it yourself. If you don’t have a 3D TV, don’t worry, you can still try it in 2D on your regular monitor or laptop. I’m not sure this is something I would personally enjoy using, but I’m always interested in new technology and 3D seems to be the tech that is getting a lot of attention these days. What do you think? Would you use a 3D viewer to read your news?
This post is sponsored by LG Netherlands.