Fyuse Beta is a Spatial Photography App, That Takes 3D Pictures

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  • 01 Feb 2015
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  • Fyuse Beta is a very cool app, that was launched recently and it allows the user to take 3D pictures and “spatial photography”, as the creators of the software claim. We’re dealing with an application that’s available for free in the Play Store here.

    It’s in beta phase and also includes social networking features, like Echo, which works basically like a retweet. Fyuse takes dynamic panoramas, immersive selfies and full 360 degree views of things around you. You can tilt the device to view pictures in 3D and spin around an object to capture it in 360 degree shots. You need an Android 4.3+ device for the app to work and each camera has to be at least 720p on your handset.

    A gyroscope, accelerometer and gravity sensor are also required here and apparently there are some bugs on the Android 5.0 devices, that don’t allow the app to run right. You can also have followers on the Fyuse network and post likes or comments for various pics.

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