How To Use 3D Camera Studio for iPad to View 3D Photos from a Fujifilm W3 3D Camera

I’m going to trying out a variety of ways to present my 3D photos and videos over the next couple of weeks. This first test is an attempt to use a technique that does not need any special equipment. In fact, you should be able to see quasi-3D with only one eye because of the way parallax is used. The video above shows a photo taken with the Fujifilm W3 3D camera on an iPad. The $3.99 3D Camera Studio iPad app’s wigglegram mode provides the 3D-ness of the photo.

3D Camera Studio for iPad: Create 3D/Simulated 3D Photos

As you might imagine, the version see on the W3’s special lenticular LCD display is much more impressive in its 3D-ness. This is just one way of attempting to share a 3D image with as many people as possible. Here’s how it works.

1. Take a 3D photo using the W3
2. Copy the MPO stereo image pair file (both photos are in a single file) to a computer
3. Mail the MPO file to your iPad
4. Download the MPO file attachment
5. Tap and hold the file attachment to export it to the 3D Camera Studio app
6. Adjust the parallax using 3D Camera Studio
7. Turn on wigglegram mode