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iCam3Ra Lite - 3D Photo Maker

Free
iPhone / iPad
Genres:
  • Photo & Video
  • Entertainment
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iCam3ra is the best Apple Store application that turns your iPhone into a real 3D camera.

You can take your 3D photo in a few touches and you can view with or without extra accessories (such as 3D glasses).

The interface easier than ever to take 3D pictures with the camera of your iPhone.

--- Users Review
Its cool (3G) (5 stars)
by Chuckie slayer
It may hurt your eyes after a while but it is the only 3d app that doesn't include 3d glasses.

Works very well (4 stars)
by Hastyr
Finally an app that is better than Stereomaker. I have no crashing issues on an iPhone 5 with iOS 6. I would give it five stars if it supported the iPhone 5's screen natively.
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• Try the original mode 'Stereo Art' ™, iCam3Ra is the only app to have this mode.

• Now with level guide take perfect picture is even easier.

• Improve the alignment of the images after the shot with incredible accuracy.

• Share your 3D images on your facebook or twitter account.

• Take also your 3D self-portraits using the front camera and post it directly on your twitter or facebook timeline.

• Follow the simple inline help to learn how to view 3D images in either parallel or crossed modes.

• Use the wiggle mode, no need to learn, just watch and enjoy!

• You can view your images in 3D mode anaglyph (red / cyan) comfortably with your glasses (red / blue)!

• With iCameRa viewer you can review your pictures at any time and you can also view stereographic images created with other applications.

• Selecte your favorite skin from 12 available.

• You can choose between 3 possible resolutions for your images: screen resolution, Full HD resolution, iPhone camera resolution.

• You can save your pictures in the iPhone gallery for use with other applications.

You'll be amazed by the depth of your shots.

iCam3Ra is based on stereoscopy, a technique for creating or enhancing images capable of conveying the illusion of three-dimensional binocular vision of human visual system.

More info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereoscopy.

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