Snapily Offers 3D iPhone App

By Greg Tarr On Dec 19 2011 - 6:01am

NEW YORK – It didn’t take long, but 3D photo taking has already made its way into smartphones thanks to a new iPhone app from online photo printing service Snapily.

The company’s 3D iPhone app software runs on both iPhone and iPad iOS devices, and yields “true stereoscopic 3D pictures,” the company said.

The 3D image can also be viewed on the phone’s LCD using a gyroscope mode that requires rocking the phone back and forth to see the different left and right eye angles.

Snapily will also sell lenticular 3D prints, which can be ordered directly from the app for $4 per print.

“3D is the future and we are already there making it affordable for everyone to enjoy,” the company said in announcing the product. The price for the Snapily 3D iOS app is $2.

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