In the event you noticed the iPhone 7 Plus launch and hung your head in unhappiness as a result of the dual lenses weren’t for 3D images, Kúla‘s new Bebe may be the answer you’re on the lookout for. The product splits your lens in half, taking a photo from two totally different angles directly, turning it into a 3D scene.
Kúla have had a $180 solution for SLR photographers on the marketplace for a couple of years, however this week the corporate introduced its second product is delivery later this month.
“We're making the Kula Bebe obtainable for smartphone photographers who love 3D,” says Íris Ólafsdóttir, the corporate’s founder, as she demos the product in action.
Straightforward and enjoyable
As you may anticipate from a set of mirrors that goes in front of a camera phone lens, the standard you get in return is considerably restricted. In case you’re on the lookout for high-def 3D, you’re barking up the fallacious lens, right here, however that doesn’t imply it isn’t large enjoyable. The price tag may be a bit steep for what is perhaps a little bit of a gimmick, however on the similar time, however for adventurous smartphone photographers, exploring the world in a further dimension is enjoyable.
Along with the lens meeting which makes use of a set of rigorously positioned mirrors to separate the sunshine earlier than it hits the camera lens, the package will ship with a cardboard viewer the place you possibly can insert your smartphone to see the pictures you’ve taken in 3D (assume Google Cardboard sort device) and a pair of purple/blue glasses to watch anaglyph-rendered 3D photographs.
To truly flip the cut up-screen photographs into viewable content material, the corporate also markets software to have the ability to view the 3D photographs in a number of methods, together with a purple/blue glasses viewer, a aspect-by-aspect viewer to be used in Google Cardboard sort viewers (or, in case you really feel courageous, going all cross-eyed), ViewMaster discs, coded for 3D televisions, and even so-referred to as ‘wigglegrams’ to offer the phantasm of three-dimensionality.
Kúla is accepting pre-orders for Bebe at $79 for the full kit on its website in the meanwhile.
“We're nonetheless making an attempt to finalize the ultimate manufacturing value,” Ólafsdóttir says, suggesting that curious consumers ought to get their orders in earlier than the price goes up because it begins delivery later this month. “We haven’t finalized the price for the product but.”