The only thing that different 3D techniques strive to do is to let you see one image with the left eye and another image with the right eye. The brain does the magic, deceiving the eye of the beholder and giving you the desired 3D experience.
USE ANY 3D TECHNIQUE
Below you can see an example of different 3D techniques for viewing 3D images and videos. Kúla's software converts to any 3D format so simply choose your favorite method!
Was invented in the 18th century and gives a splendid 3D experience. Print a stereoscopic Kúla image and enjoy with this old school method.
Oculus Rift or Google Cardboard. You can use any Virtual Reality gear to watch 3D content captured with Kúla's 3D lenses.
The 3D TVs comprehend many different 3D formats. Kúlacode makes the top/bottom format for the 3D TVs and other devices.
Simply insert your phone and watch your own 3D content right away. You can also use it to watch 3D videos on YouTube.
The stereoviewer is used to view side-by-side images and videos at a close distance (~10cm) or directly on the camera display.
Nostalgic! We all love it. Kúlacode can process your images and export to the old school red/cyan anaglyph format.
The left and the right perspectives are displayed after each other, at a relatively high frequency, giving you a sense of depth.
Classic! You can either make your own disc or use a service company to make one from Kúla's 3D pictures.
CROSS-EYED & FREE-VIEWING
Gives a splendid 3D experience and we think it's the best one (for a short time). We have made instructions, click here to master the method. Similar to free-viewing.
3D VIEWERS INCLUDED WITH KÚLA DEEPER:
STEREOVIEWER + 3 ANAGLYPH GLASSES
The stereoviewer that comes with Kúla Deeper is for viewing stereoscopic images at a close distance (~10cm) which is perfect for viewing the 3D images you just captured, directly on the camera display.
3D VIEWERS INCLUDED WITH KÚLA BEBE:
CINEMABOX + ANAGLYPH GLASSES
The cinemabox is truly awesome as one can put the phone into the box and watch 3D right away. It works the same way as VR devices, but the lenses are further away from the phone, making 3D images and videos look better.