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Lytro 3D Overview

adam gould
posted this on November 11, 2013 01:44 PM

The Lytro software ecosystem supports various 3D options for you to explore and share with your friends and family.

What you'll need to view your pictures in 3D: 

We support 2 different kinds of 3D output:  Anaglyph, aka Red/Cyan, and Side-by-Side.

  • Anaglyph - To view Anaglyph output, all you need are a pair of Red/Cyan glasses.  These can be had for cheap and are widely available on the internets, just search for "red cyan 3d glasses". 
  • Side-by-Side - To view Side-by-Side output, you're going to need a 3D TV and the glasses that came with it.  We don't officially support 3D computer displays, but that doesn't mean it won't work for you; lack of real industry standards means that we just can't guarantee it.  
    • Got a 3D TV?  Enter into 3D mode (your remote probably has a '3D' button) and select Side-by-Side viewing from the menu system.  Put on your TV's 3D glasses and enjoy.

Lytro Desktop Software (Mac or Windows)

With Lytro Desktop 3.1.0 or higher, you can view your living pictures in 3D, either in Anaglyph (Red/Cyan glasses required) or Side-by-Side (3D TV Required).  [Learn More Download]

 

Lytro Mobile App (iPhone or iPod)

With the Lytro Mobile 1.2 or higher, you can wirelessly transfer pictures from your Lytro Camera to your supported iOS mobile application, and then export and view them on your mobile device (Red/Cyan glasses or 3D TV/Viewer required).  [MinspecLearn More]

 

 
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