A new digital camera unveiled today presents pictures in three dimensions without the use of special glasses. The photos can be printed or viewed on the camera's digital display. "Photographs on Fujifilm's new FinePix camera can be printed on special 3D paper, ready to stick in the family photo album or be instantly viewed on the camera's built-in display. Unlike the 3D films in cinemas, special glasses do not need to be worn to show the 3D image. Fujifilm's camera takes two photos simultaneously from its two lenses which are fixed a similar distance apart to human eyes. Using 'lenticular' technology, the separate left and right eye images are interlaced on a furrowed surface to create the stereoscopic illusion."