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iMORPH3D is a unique new app available for iOS and Android and it offers a unique service. It will enable you to create 3D illusions all from your mobile device and with few simple steps. There is no other app that does what iMORPH3D does. With the camera on your phone you will be able to create your own 3D anamorphic illusions just like professional 3D street chalk artists! It is so easy to use even if you are not an artist.
Simply grab anything you have in your house, like a figurine or toy and create your own 3D street style art in minutes. Take a photo with the app or your camera, morph it into a 3D illusion, save it – then you can print the result or draw it and even trace it bigger onto the sidewalk for an awesome 3D illusion you can interact with. Then simply photograph the art iMORPH3D produces from the same angle as you took your original pic. The images you create with iMORPH3D look totally 3D when photographed from the correct angle.
“I’m a Creative Director myself but not a great freehand artist, so I wanted to create a simple tool that will create 3D illusions using 3D rendering and simple photography. It allows everyone to have fun and create anamorphic 3D illusions whether an artist or designer and even if you are not. Street art and alternative ambient marketing is really finding a place in our creative world. My hope is that iMORPH3D will make 3D street art more accessible to all ages and all skill levels”, James Sands - Creator/Founder of iMORPH3D.
All you have to do is take a picture as instructed in tutorial and morph it into a wicked 3D illusion. It really does take minutes and the possibilities are endless. Professional artists and photographers looking to expand their creative horizons will love iMORPH3D as it takes any creative idea to another level.
The app is available on Google Play:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imorph3d.imorph, App Store:
Website: http://imorph3d.com/, or check out the creative video that shows what iMorph is capable of: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEa1NsSD74Q