Poppy, an accessory for the iPhone that are designed and created by two people who come from the city of Seattle is Ethan Lowry and Joe Heitzeberg, finally comes with a function that can turn your iPhone into a 3D camera. The device presented by Kickstarter starting on Wednesday (26.06.13) that can take 3D pictures and video by stacking two stereographic pictures using your iPhone camera.
In the video, Ethan and Joe explained that Poppy does not require batteries and other electronic devices to be used. It’s just a form of optical View Master Looks like the old model, so the asking price could be lower without sacrificing quality. Not only can be used to capture 3D frames, Poppy can also be used to watch 3D videos on Youtube.
In addition, Poppy can also capture 3D video and still images, save images and videos to your iPhone photo album, upload a video to Youtube, and have the ability to browse their own 3D video content on Youtube. Poppy can be ordered at Kickstarter at a price of U.S. $ 30 and can work with the iPhone 4, 4S, and iPhone 5, as well as the fifth-generation iPod touch.