We just weren’t sure but this news is eagerly anticipated. I think even so, we’ve heard much of this before. Even if we have observed this before, the reports usually have something new that could be learned.
EyeFly 3D is a glasses-free 3D solution for personal screens, developed by researchers from Temasek Polytechnic in Singapore. While most videos out there aren’t compatible with the EyeFly 3D, the company provides free apps that can convert 2D videos and images to 3D. One of the improvements this year is the image converter. It is now easier to use, allowing you to simply scribble on the screen to select areas of the photo you want to “pop out”. For example, in the image below, the cross in red tells the app the face should be near, while the green crosses indicate the walls are in the background. Upon tapping preview, the app accurately made the head seem nearer, even though I didn’t color out the entire face. The new app makes it easier to create 3D photos from regular 2D versions.
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