Eye3D: Glasses-Free 3D Browser
- If you have no the specific optical film, DO NOT buy this app!
- Everyone who is sensitive to light, suffers from heart disease or feels unwell should avoid viewing 3D pictures or videos. Viewing will have an adverse effect on such medical conditions.
- When you view 3D pictures or videos, if you feel tired, uncomfortable or unwell, please stop viewing immediately and take a rest to prevent illness.
- Presenting 3D photos or videos through a glass-free 3D optical film.
- (3D-SBS) Dynamically transforming a side-by-side 3D file into an interlaced stereoscopic image or video.
- (2D>3D) Dynamically converting a 2D photo into an interlaced stereoscopic image.
- (2D) Presenting 2D photos normally.
- (Camera) Taking a photo shot and immediately converting to an interlaced stereoscopic image.
- (Format) Supporting most image file formats, including jpg, and png, etc.
- This app shows 2D or 3D, images or videos and 2D to 3D simulated images and videos.
- When you use the device with related 3D films for general use, or view images or videos in this app, if you feel tired, uncomfortable, unwell, dizziness, motion sickness, or nausea, you should stop viewing immediately and take a rest to prevent illness.
- Everyone who is light-sensitive, suffering from heart disease or feeling unwell should avoid viewing 3D pictures or videos. Viewing will result a negtive effect on such medical conditions.
- For some people, flash light or patterns irritation may lead to specific diseases such as epilepsy, dizziness, cramps, or consciousness loss. Once such symptoms occur, please stop using it immediately. Potential patients with no symptoms may be induced seizures.
- If you have any history of prior epilepsy seizures or momentary loss of consciousness, you should avoid viewing 3D images, videos, and games or other 3D related contents.
- Some people watching the screen with moiré produced by the 3D film or watching 3D images or software simulated ones, may suffer dizziness, headache, dizziness, nausea and other symptoms. If these symptoms appear, you should immediately stop using the 3D film, software and devices.
- If you feel fatigue, discomfort, eye fatigue, dry eyes, headaches, nausea, dizziness, dizziness, shoulder pain and other symptoms, you should immediately stop using the device.
- When persons with high visual acuity difference between two eyes, or used to viewing by one eye use the devices, 3D images are hard to presented clearly, and it may easily lead to fatigue, and the persons should stop using it.
- When the images on the screen are not clearly, or are hard to feel stereoscopic, or seem unnatural, stop using devices. Continuing to use may cause fatigue, discomfort, eye fatigue, dry eyes, headaches, nausea, dizziness, dizziness, shoulder pain and other symptoms.
- Always use this device in a well-lit space. When using the device, do not get too close to the screen.
- Viewing for a long period may cause eye-fatigue, tired, unwell, or discomfort. Regardless of how you feel, you show always take a 10 minute rest every 30 minutes.
- If you can see a clear double image while viewing 3D picture or video , you should stop viewing.
- Do not use 3D devices in a train or car. Car shaking may cause hard to clearly present the stereo images, and thus lead to physical discomfort or eye fatigue easily.
- For children under 8 years old, using stereo vision device may cause adverse effects for eye development.
- For children after 8 years old, parents should pay more attention to whether children's eyes and body is tired. Do not let children use 3D device for a too long period.
- Moderately high volume can cause tinnitus or hearing loss, especially when using headphones.