This whole 3D home entertainment/projection business is starting to become overkill. But given that they already have the first 3D point-and-shoot camera, Fujifilm has decided to develop a 3D printer to go with it.
The Fujifilm Real 3D W1 (seen above) debuted last fall, and now the camera manufacturer has plans to debut a matching three-dimensional, dye sublimation printer in the United Kingdom this April.
Being pegged as a "portable system" for event photographers (it measures in at 17.7-×16.9-×35.4-inches), even high-quality prints should pop out in a matter of minutes (although there isn't a given time, so that's subject to testing).
Right now, we're only looking at four possible, standard print sizes between 4-× 6-inches to 6-×9-inches. There isn't a price nor a picture of the device available yet, so we'll have to stay tuned.
Quality photo printer paper and ink are already expensive enough, so I can only imagine that someone really serious about having 3D images in their living room would pay for all of the supplies. Makes me reconsider getting a digital photo frame...