Product of the Week: Bevel 3D Photography

Sharing photos on social media has become a large part of our everyday lives. Whether it’s to capture a special moment or share a fantastic meal with our online community, we are hooked on sharing our photography. The Bevel 3D wants to take your photos to new heights by making them truly three-dimensional. “Bevel is the world’s first attachment capable of capturing real 3D photographs on any smartphone or tablet. You can even use Bevel for 3D printing.”

Lifestyle1With Bevel, you can capture an experience in a revolutionary way and share it across all of your personal networks. We see 3D scanning being put to use everyday to help capture product images and recreate artifacts, but not at this kind of personal level. Bevel is a mere 2.5 inches long and simply connects through the headphone jack of your smartphone or tablet. “The photos can be rotated, turned into animated GIFs and viewed from multiple angles. You can also add an image of the background behind the 3D photo.” The creative touches you would be able to put on your photos are virtually endless. 3D photography is certainly a disruptive technology but having the ability to easily capture and share moments in this new way provides an array of new opportunities.

As an engineering firm, we are delighted to see that Bevel can be used for 3D printing purposes. From a business perspective, having 3D scanning technology accessible through a phone or tablet would be very convenient throughout the entire product development process.

Learn more about Bevel on Kickstarter and the official website.

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Product of the Week: Bevel 3D Photography - 3D ...
August 5, 2015 8:39 AM

[…] The Bevel 3D wants to take your photos to new heights with 3D photography. Bevel is the world’s first attachment capable of capturing real 3D photographs.  […]

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