Obvious Engineering’s Seene for iPhone is a 3D Photo Taking App
The Research & Development organization known as Obvious Engineering has invented Seene. This app lets you catch images in 3D. The parallax effect used to come up with the realistic illusion almost seems like Instagram on steroids. Up to four angles are used to capture an aura. And while the process of recording the images on tape is a bit complicated, once you get the hang of it, it is as simple as one-two-three.
The limits to this form of technology do exist but they are minimal. The capabilities are myriad. Rotation of the image in order to see it in its various poses is another facility that is available. However, very flat, translucent or shiny surfaces don’t go too well with the app.
Socialnetworking is a fundamental part of this app. It alsoallows sharing and the passing of comments on your most-liked photos. Possessing all the factors that go into a social service, Seene is in many ways like Vine or Instagram when you take a closer look at it.
You may view your photos on the Net and even integrate them into Tumblr. Safari, Firefox and Chrome can function in synch with the app. This new thing on the market will have everyone rushing to use it for its novelty quotient. How long the effect lasts before it wears off is another question though.
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