What's New- Added screamer mode. Via the iPhone settings application, a screamer mode can be enabled that displays a scary image and plays a horror sound after showing the 3d image for a few seconds.
App DescriptionThe creators of the iPhone Sensation "Face Melter" bring you the next party blockbuster: I Scream 3D (former I See 3D) - a amazingly intuitive program to generate real 3D Images with your iPhone.
But I Scream 3D is more... Once enabled, the screamer mode takes effect and after a given time, an effect starts that let's the viewer of the 3D image chill to the bone...
What started with "Magic Eye" - the book series, that amazed friends and families only a few years ago comes now to your iPhone. With just a little bit of creativity, you'll be creating those images, that, to the unsuspecting observer, seem to be just random on the screen. But focus your eyes a little bit behind the screen and you'll see amazing three dimensional Objects, Letters and Shapes pop out of the screen.
By using intuitive gestures, you can create and manipulate Objects, arbitrary shapes, Texts or even images from your iPhone library. After that you'll just chose a pattern from the huge, supplied library and watch your images turn into the third dimension.
The finished stereograms can of course be stored to the iPhone Library and be used as wallpapers or just to amaze your friends at the next social gathering.
- Real 3D Images on your iPhone
- Intuitive handling thanks to unlimited undo and redo functionality on every object
- Import your own images or depth maps
- Multiple skins and configuration settings
- Gradient fillings and continuous depth sorting of objects
FAQ: Because of the principles behind stereograms, texts are usually a little bit hard to read. If you place your letters behind a cone or gradient filled rectangle (see screenshot) and the readability is improved a lot.
Photos can be converted into 3D images but color is interpreted as depth information. The results with normal photos can vary between fascinating and strange, but it can't be guaranteed that the content of the photo can be fully recognized after converting it to an auto stereogram. Usually grayscale depth maps give the best results.
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December 19, 2008 Initial Release