“Free 3D Photo Maker is just the first tool in our line of free products dedicated to 3D image/video processing. We are planning to launch editing software for images as well as 3D video converter."
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 6, 2010
(PRWEB) July 6, 2010 Computer graphics evolution resulted in the great change of dimensions perception. Multiple studies indicate that 3D videos and images are becoming more popular, thus the wish to be able to create and process them at home has determined the trends for further technology development.
With more and more consumer electronics to playback 3D movies and images appearing on the market, still there is a noticeable lack of quality 3D content. That is why DVDVideoSoft responds to the challenge by launching Free 3D Photo Maker which is able to create 3D pictures with one click.
The program is extremely simple in its usage and that is what makes it mostly attractive to 3D-lovers. What is needed for 3D photo creation is two shots of a still set object captured with a small horizontal shift. Usually the distance must be about 2-3 inches to have the right scene.
Both shots are inserted into the program and next second a 3D image is created in the location defined by the user. However, in order to be able to watch the output 3D picture it is necessary to use stereo anaglyph glasses.
DVDVideoSoft product manager, Eva Theis: “Free 3D Photo Maker is just the first tool in our line of free products dedicated to 3D image/video processing. We are planning to launch editing software for images as well as 3D video converter which will come very soon. We are welcoming everyone to try the new tool and have fun creating 3D images.”
The newly developed product Free 3D Photo Maker as well as all other free applications from DVDVideoSoft are available on the company's website http://www.dvdvideosoft.com.
DVDVideoSoft (http://www.dvdvideosoft.com) is an independent developer of multimedia software programs for video and audio processing which are free and, which is more important, simple and very useful. The company was founded at the end of 2006. Today DVDVideoSoft offers free applications which run under XP, Vista and Windows 7, writes step-by-step instructions on how to solve different multimedia tasks with the help of its programs and, if necessary, provides free comprehensive support in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Chinese and Japanese.