Phereo Introduces 3D Photo Player for Web

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Phereo rolls out Phereo 3D Photo Player - a new way to display 3D images on web-sites.

Phereo Ltd. (Phereo), a company at the forefront of 3D technology, announces a new way to host 3D photos on the web: Phereo 3D Photo Player.

Web editors and content managers can now use Phereo technology to embed their own 3D images on their website. Phereo’s 3D Photo Player gives people complete control over their own images, allowing users to feature and host their own images while retaining copyright and greater control over privacy.

Before Phereo 3D Photo Player, users wanting to employ Phereo 3D technology had to upload their images to, where images are publicly viewable, and where users confer some rights to Phereo, according to their terms of service. Now web editors and content managers can retain full rights to their photography and manage their content according to their own policy.

Phereo 3D Photo Player gives users greater flexibility and freedom to share 3D images, using Phereo’s unparalleled 3D photo technology. Users can embed 3D pictures on the web in all popular stereo modes, including NVIDIA 3D Vision, 3DTV and Anaglyph. Support for NVIDIA 3D Vision is unique – and follows Phereo and NVIDIA’s partnering on the NVIDIA 3D Vision Live website.

Phereo’s 3D Photo Player is available for commercial use, with price plans according to page views. The player supports all popular web browsers.

Explore pricing plans and download the player:

About Phereo
Phereo specializes in stereo image processing and developing new 3D technologies for the web, mobile devices and home entertainment systems. Their 3D photo sharing service provides a space for people to share stereo photos with their friends and explore 3D images in multiple stereo modes. Thanks to millions of people are experiencing a thrilling new way to look at our world.

In addition to 3D technologies for the web, Phereo has developed an application for Samsung 3D TVs which brings 3D content from to viewer’s home TV screens.

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