Easily make and share 3D images
Author: Jay Feldman
Date: 21 May 2017, tested on Samsung SM-G920F Galaxy S6
Interesting functionality, simple interface, simple design
Functions slowly, internet connection required, lags a bit
Seene for Android is a super cool 3D rendering app that makes it easy for you to create some truly stunning 3D images that respond to your gizmo's accelerometer. The process is actually quite fast and easy, assuring anyone can have fun with this app, regardless of your skill level.
To make the magic happen, the first step, is selecting a subject or composition that is best suited for this effect. Just browsing the app, lots of people seem to think plates of food makes for a riveting 3D image, personally, I can think of more exciting things to look at, like maybe a nature scene or your pet. Basically, you want to choose something that isn't overly busy, like a crowd of people. Static objects or scenes work best. From there, you just follow the onscreen prompts while taking your picture, and the app will render a 3D version of it within a few seconds or more. 3D compositions can be saved and posted to your app's profile, where fellow users can like and comment at their discretion.
The app itself functions in both portrait and landscape; either way, it's just a vertically scrolling list of square 3D images, and as each new one occupies center screen, the image will load and you can look at the 3D effect. You can also use the app with those cardboard virtual reality Goggles, which essentially turn your phone into a childhood View Master.
Seene is really cool and worth checking out. The effect can truly be stunning if used on the right subject.