Spatial Photography App Breaks Confines Of Tiny Square Frames

Spatial Photography App Breaks Confines Of Tiny Square Frames

App produces 'rubbable' photos you can animate with your fingers

Rachel Pincus
  • 8 january 2015

It seems like every month there’s a new startup trying to create a new medium for photography – in other words, the next Vine. 3D-based apps like Seene have embraced depth and increasingly fast 3D mapping to provide a new level of perception for your creations, while others, like Sphere, are panorama-based, offering glimpses into distant landscapes. A new app called Fyuse, however, has the appeal of all these approaches combined, as well as the promise of interactive photography that can transport you to another space.

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