3D pics are coming to an iPhone near you. How so?  The Wazabee 3DeeShell.  Complicated spellings aside, the 3DeeShell is an iPhone case that also covers the iPhone’s (or iPod Touch) screen and enables 3D viewing. Although it won’t magically turn any image, or movie into 3D, Wazabee will be providing 3 separate applications for creating, accessing and viewing applicable content. Of note, they also have plans for a Macbook sized version.

  • For iPod Touch users, 3DeeVUsion makes it possible to view three-dimensional content and create their own content as well by taking advantage of the device’s simple touchpad operation.
  • With the 3Dee!oadr Web application, users have access to a stock of more than 500,000 3D images thanks to a connection to Yahoo Flickr! image services. The software also enables users to upload their own 3D images and share them with friends.
  • With the 3DeeCamera, users can generate stereoscopic pictures in a matter of seconds using mobile software and a native iPhone camera. Various viewing modes mean that the pictures can be viewed with or without 3D glasses.

Full release below

Wazabee 3DeeFlector, a new autostereoscopic overlay for MacBook Air and Other 13.3-inch Notebooks and the 19-inch Gaming Display will also make U.S. debut at MacWorld 2009
TORONTO, ON/SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Dec. 16, 2008 — Spatial View, a leader in manufacturing products for creating 3D effects, introduces its latest product, Wazabee 3DeeShell, a special protective skin with an integrated removable lens that can display 3D content on the Apple iPhone. This and other Spatial View Macintosh and iPhone products will be on display at MacWorld 2009 (Booth # 4119/North Hall) January 6-9, 2009 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA.
The new Wazabee 3DeeShell from Spatial View will be displayed for the first time in the U.S. at MacWorld 2009. At the booth, Spatial View will also offer demonstrations to show how easy it is to create and view 3D content using its Wazabee products. The Wazabee 3DeeShell is tentatively scheduled to ship in early Q2 2009.
Wazabee Mobile 3D Products
The Wazabee 3DeeShell uniquely depicts 3D content such as games, pictures and videos on the Apple iPhone in an extraordinarily realistic way. The housing contains a lens that eliminates the need for special 3D glasses, while serving as a stylish protective skin at the same time. The lens can easily be removed at any time in order to switch back and forth between normal 2D and spellbinding 3D graphics.
Wazabee has also developed three software applications, currently available for download from the iPhone App Store, that enable users to access existing 3D content as well as create their own: 3DeeVUsion, 3Dee!oadr and 3DeeCamera.
For iPod Touch users, 3DeeVUsion makes it possible to view three-dimensional content and create their own content as well by taking advantage of the device’s simple touchpad operation.
With the 3Dee!oadr Web application, users have access to a stock of more than 500,000 3D images thanks to a connection to Yahoo Flickr! image services. The software also enables users to upload their own 3D images and share them with friends.
With the 3DeeCamera, users can generate stereoscopic pictures in a matter of seconds using mobile software and a native iPhone camera. Various viewing modes mean that the pictures can be viewed with or without 3D glasses.
New Wazabee 3DeeFlector Makes U.S. Debut at MacWorld 2009
The Wazabee 3DeeFlector, an autostereoscopic overlay for the MacBook Air and other 13.3-inch-notebooks, will debut at MacWorld 2009. Just like other Wazabee products, the 3DeeFlector allows the depiction of both 2D and 3D content without an additional monitor or 3D glasses.
The Wazabee 3DeeFlector is suitable for displaying 3D content, movies, animations, designs and games. Alongside eye-tracking software that  provides for the perfect “3D experience,” a number of other applications for the Wazabee 3DeeFlector are also available:
The Power Player media software plays three-dimensional pictures and videos. The DVD player optimizes visualization for any type of stereoscopic 3D DVDs.
Avatars take note: The plug-in for Second Life™ generates a stereoscopic 3D experience in virtual worlds.
The Wazabee Games Driver allows users to experience games in stereo 3D.

Wazabee 19-inch Gaming Display
The Wazabee 19-inch Gaming Display will be on hand at MacWorld to provide an exceptional on-screen gaming experience. Due to its unique 3D game visualization, the display offers users a completely new interactive feel in their playing style – as if they were right at the center of the
action.
About Spatial View, Inc./Wazabee Products
Spatial View, Inc. (SVI) is a pioneer in 3D image processing and autostereoscopic displays. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Spatial View has offices in San Francisco, Hong Kong and Dresden. With the registered consumer brand Wazabee, the international team develops products that transcend the boundaries of 2D imaging, opening new dimensions and interactive solutions in medicine, engineering, advertising, gaming and entertainment.
The company’s vision is to make 3D more accessible, affordable, versatile, and inspiring. With the SVI family of software and a variety of high quality glasses-free 3D displays, Spatial View offers a wealth of adaptable solutions enabling the presentation of 3D rich content of all types for specialty as well as the consumer mass market.
The first Wazabee products: 3DeeShell, 3DeeFlector and the 19-inch-Gaming Display, will be presented in early 2009. For more information, please visit www.spatialview.com.
Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc. Spatial View, Inc. and Wazabee are registered trademarks of Spatial View, Inc. All other trademarks are property of their respective holders.

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Christen Costa

 
Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."