i3DG produces 3D film using iPhone and iPad
3D film and video has been making a resurgence in our culture with the releases of 3D feature films, and recent inclusion of the technology into televisions.
That’s probably one reason Jitsuro Mase invented a way to make 3D images using the 2D screen of an iPhone, iPod touch or an iPad.
i3DG doesn’t rely on complicated electronics, but rather on a simple technique which utilizes three half-silvered mirrors which rest on an iPhone
or iPad’s screen at a 45-degree angle.
Artists can use video editing software such as Final Cut, Flash, Premier, After Effects and MaxMSP / Jitter to make up the 960×640 format required.