The iPhone 15 Pro & Pro Max are officially a 3D camera/video camera from Apple

The just presented iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max are the first iPhones that will officially bring 3D capture to the masses. UPDATE: The horizontally aligned lenses in the iPhone 15 Pro & Pro Max are the wide and ultra-wide lenses, so 3D images taken with i3DMovieCam will be finally at 1x zoom. With […]

Apple Vision Pro. Is it a game changer for 3D?

Apple Vision Pro is the entirely new device Apple is bringing next year. This device is both something already seen on other devices, but also something entirely new. Basically, Apple Vision Pro is an AR (Augmented Reality) device, but made using highly advanced VR (Virtual Reality) technology. This way they can avoid all the big […]

Why the iPhone is the best 3d device without 3D display

UPDATE: now more updates, this time to the AR capabilities with ARKit 6, improving the depth awareness of environment, and available to developers and their Apps. Example scanning an entire house in seconds. It is not a secret, the iPhone has become a great device to take 3D photos and videos. The excellent quality of […]

3D photographers: Looking Glass Portrait will include direct support of SBS 3D images

The successful crowdfunding campaign of Looking Glass Portrait announce new benefits for backers, including direct support for SBS 3D images and a Voxatron license (a platform of Holographic videogames). There’s also support for the depth maps of Portrait photos on iPhone and now also with Android so you will suddenly be able to watch your […]

Looking Glass presents a new affordable Holographic device and raises $1 million in 24h

The Looking Glass Factory did it again. The first Looking Glass was a success, even when their devices were intended for creators. Now, they’re introducing the first Holographic display intended for everyone: Looking Glass Portrait. And the results have been blunt: $1 million dollars in 24 hours. And the crowdfunding campaign still have 42 days […]

Do you have a dual lens smartphone? Maybe you already have hundreds of 3D/holographic photos

Depth maps are being widely used. It is part of the workflow of some Virtual/Mixed Reality and Augmented Reality Apps. Google Camera (Lens Blur mode) and the old Seene and Camarada Apps use it. Lenticular 3D/holographic images from postcards are generated mostly by depth maps instead of making several photos for all the views,if you find a 3D/holographic […]