The nation's second-largest toy maker will be unveiling on Tuesday a handheld device called My3D that attaches to the two Apple Inc. devices.
It promises three-dimensional content that offers a 360-degree experience in gaming, virtual travel experiences and movies. It's aimed at both children and adults.
The device resembles a pair of binoculars with a slot in which users insert their iPod or iPhone. It will be priced at $30 and will be available next spring.