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Icelandic Company Develops 3D Photo Device

Icelandic startup Kúla Inventions has developed a device, called Deeper, which makes it possible to take 3D images with a regular camera. The company is currently trying to crowd-fund the project via karonlinafund.com in order to produce the device for retail.

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The device, which can be attached to a DSLR camera, combines modern 3D technology and retro 3D methods, as stated in a press release from Kúla.

When the device is used, the image becomes stereoscopic with the left eye view projected into the right half of the image and vice versa. The images can be viewed in 3D with a stereoviewer.

The company has also developed a software program, Kúlacode, which can be used to export the pictures and videos for viewing on television screens.

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