Nanoveu Introduces Glasses-Free 3D Viewing For Mobile Devices With EyeFly3D Screens In Film And Tempered Glass

NEW YORK, NY -- Most 3D viewing currently available for mobile devices tends to make the screens appear dark, and the images distorted. Now, due to a patent-pending, precision technology from Nanoveu, branded as EyeFly3D, the 3D content may be viewed without glasses and with clearer, brighter and sharper images for videos and photos. The EyeFly3D film, and newest Nanoglass scratch-resistant screens made of tempered glass are affordable and simple to use, and once affixed directly to the smartphone or tablet, make 3D available whenever needed in both landscape and portrait modes. The EyeFly3D screens do not distort normal 2D viewing of fine lettering and the screen remains bright and clear when texting and emailing – so the added benefits of screen protection, immersive 3D, and clear 2D are all in one.

By downloading two free proprietary apps from the iTunes App Store – EyeFly3D Vid for videos and EyeFly3D Pix for pictures – stereoscopic content can be viewed on iPhones and iPads in realistic 3D. Stereoscopic content, in which separate left and right eye views are processed simultaneously, emulating what the human eye does, is readily available from the Internet. Users can stream 3D videos in real-time from the EyeFly3D Vid app, which is able to search YouTube's vast collection of videos, among others. Or, they are free to create their own 3D content by giving 2D images a 3D makeover with the EyeFly3D app. These transformed images can be set as a device's 3D wallpaper or shared with other users of EyeFly3D screens.

"The EyeFly3D technology renders 3D glasses obsolete with a more comfortable and natural way to view 3D graphics and videos on hand-held devices in real time," says Alfred Chong, CEO and Founder, Nanoveu Pte Ltd. "What sets EyeFly3D apart from its competitors is that the technology uses lenticular lenses to produce high-quality 3D that feels natural to the human eye. Our screens are more transparent, affordable, simple to use, and feature intuitive apps that allow the user to create, share and experience glasses-free 3D, without distorted, darkened images that are uncomfortable to view."

Currently the Eyefly3D technology is compatible with the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPod Touch 5th generation, and iPad Air.

The EyeFly3D ultra-thin plastic screen for mobile phone platforms is made from scratch-resistant PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) containing a layer of thousands of microscopic, precision engineered lenses about the thickness of a human hair strand. The version for the iPad Air utilizes nearly a million micro lenses. The Nanoglass version for both sizes is made of the toughest 9H hardness tempered scratch-resistant glass.

The EyeFly3D film is currently available for the iPhone 4 at $14.95; and the iPhone 5 models at $19.95; and the iPad film retails for $59.95. The EyeFly3D Nanoglass screen for the iPhone is suggested to retail for $29.95 and the iPad version is $84.95. For information on the EyeFly3D screens for mobile smartphones and tablets, go to http://www.eyefly3d.com  

For more info, go to http://www.nanoveu.com/products

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