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New Screen Accessory Brings Glasses-free 3D For Your iPhone

EyeFly has released a screen accessory that’s let’s you watch 3D in your iPhone without glasses. You can use this on your iPhone 4s, 5, 5s, 5c and 5th generation iPod Touch. The EyeFly 3D screen protector uses micro lens technology to send multiple perspectives of the same image to the user’s eyes.

iPhone screen accessory brings glasses-free 3D to your handset

The accessory is made from protective 9H tempered glass, and is said to work without compromising the device's screen brightness and clarity. The EyeFly 3D works its magic on content from sites such as YouTube, but the manufacturer has released its own video player and photo editing apps for free via iTunes. Users can watch any stereoscopic videos on YouTube through the video player and import content from the internet or a 3D camera.

Want to change your iPhone into a glasses-free 3D device? Now you can

The EyeFly 3D screen protector sticks to the front of an iPhone 4S, 5, 5S, 5C or fifth generation iPod touch and displays 3D videos and images from sites such as YouTube. It uses micro lens technology with over half a million lenses presenting different perspectives of the same image to each eye.

TheFresnoBee: New EyeFly3D produces 3D images without 3D glasses

EyeFly3D was developed by Nanoveu with a patent-pending technology, which allows it to work without glasses but makes your images and video's appear to jump out of the screen. The EyeFly3D uses free apps for viewing video (EyeFly3D Vid) or images (EyeFly3D Pix) in landscape or portrait modes. Through the apps settings, you'll convert your media to 3D. It sounded confusing to me when I read about this product but honestly, to see it is to believe it. It's almost like magic to know I can now watch everything in 3D, without the need of 3D glasses.

Nanoveu Create Glassless 3D Smartphone Displays

Nanoveu are an interesting company from Singapore, they’re able to transform your smartphone/tablet into a 3D display by just adding on a screen protector, and no need to wear glasses. By using either their EyeFly3D protective glass, or screen protector, you not only get screen protection but the ability to use their photo and video apps.


3D nanotechnology startup Nanoveu Pte Ltd has been conferred the 2014 'Asia Top 100’ Red Herring Award, a prestigious honor that recognizes the most promising private technology companies from a pool of hundreds across Asia. Nanoveu's CEO and founder, Mr. Alfred Chong, accepted the award from Mr. Alex Vieux, publisher and CEO of Red Herring at an Awards Presentation ceremony in Hong Kong.

Singapore tech SMEs to showcase their products a IFA 2014

Led by International Enterprise (IE) Singapore and the Singaporean-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce, 10 Singapore technology SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) will showcase their products to prospective partners at the upcoming IFA 2014. Said Jason Lim, group director for technology business at IE Singapore: "To capture opportunities in Asia Pacific, it is critical for Singapore tech SMEs to first build brand awareness in Europe and the US as these two markets remain key influencers of consumption patterns worldwide."

MacVoices #14024: CES – Nanoveu Puts 3D on Your iPad and iPhone

From International CES in Las Vegas, Alfred Chong, the CEO of Nanoveu, demonstrates (as much as possible on 2D), their film that brings 3D to the iPad. The effect is subtle but definite, doesn’t interfere with normal iPhone or iPad. Best of all, almost any non-3D content can be converted using a free utility to deliver the 3D effect. Alfred delivers the answers to all your questions.

Local consumer electronics firms look to the West to secure foothold in global market

SINGAPORE: Even as home-grown consumer electronics firms look to the West to get a firm foothold on the global playing field, Europe and the United States - seen as trend-setters influencing global consumer electronics demand - still need to keep an eye on Asia, as the region remains the centre of growth.