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Deeper snaps on to DSLR camera to make 3D videos, photos

Kúla Inventions has developed a prototype for a device that enables any DSLR camera owner to take 3D pictures and videos in a very simple way.



Kúla Deeper brings out your inner 3D artist

The Kúla Deeper device is attached to the camera lens and the result is two side-by-side stereoscopic images or videos (one for the left view, one for the right) which can be combined into a single 3D image or video.

Videos and photos can then be experienced in 3D, directly on the camera display or a computer screen with a stereo viewer. When the photos and videos have been transferred to the computer via Kúla’s software, KúlaCode, it can be transformed to any 3D format ranging from the old school anaglyph (for red/cyan glasses), to more modern MPO format, for 3D television. Kula will also be offering adapter rings to ensure Deeper will snap on to your camera and stereocards. Deeper is ready for 077, but there are adapters for 052, 062, 067, and 072.

Using Deeper really breaks down to four simple steps: attach Deeper to your camera lens (you may need an adapter), take a picture with Deeper, run your images or videos through the KúlaCode software, and print or view your new 3D images.

Using this device in your marketing

In a business marketplace where augmented realities, virtual tours, and interactive models have become commonplace, how neat would it be to have some print marketing done in 3D? Better than that, you could take the pictures yourself with Deeper and save on printing costs. For a new product launch, displaying an image in 3D and providing the old school anaglyph glasses would be a great attention grabber.

But, it is also useful for amateur photographer that cannot afford to upgrade to 3D technology, or ones who simply love their existing camera, but want to get a feel for 3D imaging: Deeper can give you the 3D experience without changing anything. Using Deeper, 3D TV owners can now make and enjoy their own 3D movies. Or you can simply share 3D videos at your next presentation to give your customers or team a little something extra.

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The prototype is currently in crowdfunding mode, and looks to have a good chance at making it to market.

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Jennifer Walpole is a Senior Staff Writer at The American Genius and holds a Master's degree in English from the University of Oklahoma. She is a science fiction fanatic and enjoys writing way more than she should. She dreams of being a screenwriter and seeing her work on the big screen in Hollywood one day.

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