You can now download Kúlascope from Play and App Store. Use it to capture and view 3D images and videos captured with Kúla Bebe. The first version has basic functionality for capturing and viewing stereoscopic imagery. In April we will be adding image processing features to make the best out of the captured 3D images. In coming versions you will also be able to share the pictures on social media directly through the software.
- CinemaBox gives the best 3D experience.
- Wigglegram is an animated gif which changes between the left and the right perspective.
- Anaglyph is for the coolest kids on the block as it requires the classic retro red/cyan glasses included.
- 2D occationally you just want a simple 2D version of your image.
To enjoy your Kúla 3D lens images or videos in all possible ways, Kúlacode can help you along! This software automatically performs image correction and optimisation and transforms the captured stereoscopic Kúla images into any 3D format. Below you'll find a complete list of 3D formats provided in version 1.0.
Kúlacode runs on Linux, Mac and Windows.
KÚLACODE - HOW TO USE
When you have transferred the pictures and videos captured with Kúla Deeper to your computer, you can use Kúlacode to process the images.
1. CHOOSE IMAGE FOLDER
Put your 3D images and videos captured with Kúla Deeper into a folder. Open Kúlacode, press IN and select that folder. By default a subfolder named 3D will be created where your processed 3D images will be stored. If you'd prefer to store the output elsewhere, press OUT and select another output folder.
2. CHOOSE YOUR FAVORITE 3D FORMAT
The red/cyan anaglyph mode is perfect for sharing on print or on screen. The wedding album should absolutely not miss out a few anaglyph images and a pair of anaglyph glasses, it is a must for the precious moments.
This nostalgic method is also perfect for having fun on the sofa with some friends, watching your own 3D videos.
The cross-eyed format is almost like the stereoscopic format, except that the left image is on the right side and vice versa. Cross your eyes to see a 3D image pop out. It is fun and we've made solid instructions on how to do it. Watch your friends practice and take a picture... in 3D!
3D TVs read a wide variety of 3D formats. One of them is the top-bottom format which we use. When you feed these images to your 3D TV it recognises them as 3D pictures/videos, that is if it's smart enough. Some 3D TVs need help and then the procedure is usually like this: press the 3D button on your remote, choose manually, choose the "top-bottom" format. This format is also for VR.
When you press the process button, 3D versions of your imagery will be created in the folder you specified in step 1. Welcome to the 3rd dimension, may your memories from now on be more real and tangible!