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Seene for iPhone produces simple, shareable 3D photos

Seene for iPhone produces simple, shareable 3D photos
Jon Fingas
Jon Fingas|@jonfingas|October 14, 2013 4:36 PM

It's (relatively) easy to see 3D images on an iPhone, at least with the right equipment; producing those images is another matter. Seene's new iOS app makes that capture process downright trivial, however. The software creates parallax-based 3D photos with the help of the phone's accelerometer, guiding users until they've photographed multiple angles of a given subject. While the resulting images are occasionally flawed, as you'll see from our test shot after the break, it's simple to share them through social networks and web links. Creative iPhone users can check out Seene at the source link. Those on other platforms are currently out of luck, although Seene tells us that it plans wider support as the company grows.

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Seene for iPhone produces simple, shareable 3D photos