The Elsewhere device immerses iPhone users into a different dimension

We are making greater strides than ever before to reach a new era dominated by 3D and virtual reality. Everything we see on screen is getting more realistic thanks to technology. For $50, iPhone users can receive a headset called Elsewhere that turns any image on their phone into 3D. These frames include adjustable lenses that can be attached to a phone, and when the accompanying app is downloaded, the user's perception completely changes.

A user wearing the headset in the real world sees a different perspective than without them. In a way, it makes stagnant parts feel more alive. When viewing an image or a video already taken, the user can choose to control how “much” of a 3D image they want to see and adjust the depth and contrast. There is even the option to zoom into an image.

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