Whether or not you will have a new cellphone just like the iPhone 11 or an older one like an iPhone 6S or Motorola Moto G6, now you can take 3D images along with your digicam. It is all because of a new app called LucidPix. As an alternative of requiring a particular accent or two rear telephone cameras, the app makes use of artificial intelligence (AI) to render 3D images that may transfer as you tilt and pan your phone.
LucidPix captures 3D pictures along with your phone’s common digital camera and may convert your present 2D pictures into 3D. The completed pictures could be shared contained in the app’s group or on different platforms like Facebook, which has developed as a support for displaying 3D images. Including this social aspect to the app allows customers to share and view 3D images similar to individuals do with 2D photos on Instagram or Snapchat. There are a number of massive teams on Facebook devoted to 3D images. And at the moment, LucidPix looks as if the simplest solution to create and customize your individual 3D snaps. In case you’re searching for more customizations to your images, LucidPix additionally permits you to add a wide range of 3D frames.
Lucid, the company behind the app, confirmed off its imaging magic at CES over Jan. 6 – 10. As an alternative to utilizing specialized hardware, just like the $1,300 ill-fated Red Hydrogen phone of 2019, LucidPix takes 3D pictures with a software program that mimics how the human mind processes depth. The software program began out on the corporate’s LucidCam VR180 camera and was utilized by Red within the Hydrogen phone and within the unreleased Red 8K 3D Lithium cinema camera.
Often when the time period “3D” is introduced up, failed merchandise like 3D televisions and 3D phones come to mind. A part of the issue for 3D is that it is usually hyped as the start of a brand new product class, as an alternative of being approached as a brand new device for expression. Lucid neatly embraces 3D’s position as an artistic instrument.
The app will likely be free with a watermark embedded in your photograph; however, for $1 per photograph, it may be eliminated. The free model is aimed toward informal customers and lets individuals strive the app out earlier than paying for the “Pro” model. The Pro model contains limitless use of the app for $6 per month or $52 a year.