Tech industry is still not sure if the public will embrace 3D TV, but plans for the 3-D cellphones are upped by the world’s tech giants – Intel and Nokia. In one of the most exciting collaborations in Tech world, Intel and Nokia has come together to develop new mobile user interfaces that use 3D graphics and virtual worlds. With the establishment of a joint research laboratory in Finland, the Intel and Nokia Joint Innovation Center is housed at the University of Oulu’s Center for Internet Excellence and is also a part of Intel’s European research network. The project that would be an open source platform is aimed to develop Nokia’s MeeGo Linux mobile OS that supports on glasses-free 3D technology. While Japnese market has already seen the commercially available 3-D cellphones, but there’s still scope for improvement in this technology. This is precisely the reason why tech giants have collaborated to exploit the significant opportunities as the 3D internet emerges. While the technology is still in its infancy, it’s hard to say whether public will embrace 3D handsets as they do in Japan.