Poppy is an iPhone accessory that appears like a cross between a set of binoculars and the View-Master toys created for kids. Poppy morphs the iPhone into a 3D image audience and camera, which can be benefited from to capture 3D videos and pictures.

The gadget itself functions similarly to a View-Master, with two eyepieces to check out and a top slot where the iPhone is inserted. When the iPhone is securely in location, Poppy can be made use of to record 3D photos and videos and view the 3D material that others have created by means of YouTube.
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Poppy is capable of seeing YouTube’s entire catalog of 3D content, and according to the developers, 3D content on Poppy looks much better than with typical 3D glasses.

There are no electronics inside Poppy, which rather utilizes a system of mirrors to tape two stereoscopic images with the iPhone’s camera, which are then combined into one 3D image or video.

Poppy deal with iPhone 4, 4S, iPhone 5 and the 5th generation iPod Touch. You put your phone in and Poppy’s mirrors capture 2 stereographic images utilizing your iPhone’s single camera.

When you look in the viewfinder, Poppy’s lenses incorporate the 2 video streams into a single, crisp, 3D video. It’s lovely, and truly tough to explain or show in two dimensions.

It does not need batteries and there are no electronics. It’s simply optics and your iPhone’s camera and display, so we can keep the cost reduced without sacrificing quality.

While Poppy will include a devoted iOS app, any standard camera or video app (including Vine) will work with Poppy. Interested backers can get a single Poppy for $49, while a $59 Poppy Plus set provides a neck strap and a microfiber bag. Poppy is approximated to ship in December 2013.