Saturday 8 June 2013

EyeFly 3D brings 3D without glasses on mobile

Nanoveu EyeFly 3D which brings 3D without glasses is sold just for 30 Euros, whose promise is to transform the screen of a classic 3D Smartphone screen. The EyeFly 3D is a very thin transparent film, which is applied on the surface of the screen of the phone as a protective film. It allows you to view pictures, videos or play 3D without image distortion or loss of brightness and without the need to wear glasses. The result would be equivalent to that of the Nintendo 3DS.

How this 3D effect is achieved? Nanoveu miniaturized and printed on a plastic sheet hundreds of thousands of lenses using nanotechnology. To enjoy the 3D EyeFly, you can start by downloading free applications of 3D content, one for images, one for videos where you can find including YouTube and GoPro 3D. In addition, a software development kit will be offered to video game publishers so that they can offer their 3D titles developers are warmly invited to enrich the offer on the official site. For the moment, 3D EyeFly is only available on the iPhone 5 and iPod Touch, but its designers promise it will land soon on iPad and the Samsung Galaxy S4.

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