If you own an iPhone 4S or higher, you can now create 3D photos straight from your phone!
An amazing new app called Seene, available for free download on the App Store, allows you to capture images in 3D. By using multiple reference points the app slowly compiles each image and allows you to rotate the image accordingly to see it from multiple angles.
One of the main draw backs is the fact that the app only allows you to view the 3D image from a single reference point, for example if your first foundation image was the eye of a face, when you rotate the app you can only rotate the picture with the eye in the centre, which limits the usefulness of the app.
Another part of Seene is the fact that you need your model (or whatever else you’re taking a 3D picture of) to stay completely still for a few minutes to make sure the reference points don’t get skewed and out of position, meaning if you’re attempting to take a 3D picture, say, whilst driving, you’re going to have a bad time.
Hopefully the technology will catch up to that of standalone cameras so that you can take effective 3D pictures with your iPhone without having to chain down grandma to the armchair in the living room to do so.
Will you be using Seene at all or are you just not interested in 3D images? Let us know in the comment section below!
Thanks to HackedLife for the image!