'The world isn't flat, and with Seene, neither are your photos, ' the firm says.
'Seene creates a new kind of shareable 3D photo that brings together image, depth and movement in a way that is both familiar and new.'
The ‘Seenes’ are images mapped onto a rough 3D model of a subject that give the feeling of being able to shift perspective even after a person has photographed it.
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When a Seene is created, a series of dots appear on the images, showing the perspective points the app can see to build its 3D model - the more there are, the better.
It then asks a user to take a series of photos of the subject by moving the phone around.
These images are then mapped onto the model, creating the seene.
When a user moves their phone, it appears that they look around the object.
The vision startup, based in London, aims 'to help smart devices to better connect with and understand the world that they see, ' which is free from the App Store.
In order to make a person in a photo look 3D, users take a series of photos using the app, which are mapped onto a model to create the 'Seene'
When a Seene is created, a series of dots appear on the images, showing the perspective points the app can see to build its 3D model - the more there are, the better