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Create A Hologram On Your iPhone with Holosnaps

Embraceware Software released HoloSnaps 1.0 for iPhone and iPod Touch on Monday. This app allows users to select any 3 of their photos to create a holographic card on the iPhone or iPod Touch.

iPhone users can utilize the built-in camera to take photos within HoloSnaps or select existing photos stored on the device. HoloSnaps utilizes the accelerometer built into the iPhone and iPod touch to achieve the response of tilting the device for the hologram card effect.

Cards are saved in a glass display case for later viewing. Users tap on a card and a robotic arm lifts it out of the case for display.

HoloSnaps 1.0 for iPhone is available through the App Store for US$0.99.



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geoduck said:

This is a fun looking app. However, this is NOT a Hologram. A hologram is a 3D image produced by a laser.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holography

The term is used here, albeit incorrectly, for pictures that change as you rotate them around an axis. Now if you could get an iPhone to actually take and display a Hologram, then you’d have something.

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