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Sony has released the panoramic 3D photo update it promised a wee while back for the PlayStation 3.

The download, available any moment now from the PlayStation Store and dubbed PlayMemories, allows the console to present 3D stills taken using suitably spec'd cameras and encoded in the .MPO (Multi Picture Object) format.

Copied onto the console's hard drive, the images can then be viewed on any 3D TV plugged into the PS3. You can move through the shots, and zoom in and out of them, using the console's controllers.

It'll also work with 2D snaps.

PlayMemories requires PS3 firmware version 3.40. ®

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