Let your tablet bloom, HoloGlass
HoloGlass is a unique 3D film that converts your tablet into a 3D/VR device.
If attached onto the front screen, HoloGlass will convert your tablet screen into 3D.
Most effective device to
demonstrate 3D content outputs
Without the need for 3D glasses or HMD, users may easily demonstrate a close-to-reality visual
of business-related 3D contents such as 3D modeling, 3D graphics, etc.
After attaching the film, users will need to adjust the 3D Settings once
in order to maintain constant clear stereoscopic quality.
* Attach the HoloGlass film correctly on the front screen of the PC tablet.
Embodying Case Innovation, Snap3D
Snap3D is a unique smartphone case that converts your smartphone into a 3D device.
If attached onto the front screen, Snap3D will convert your smartphone screen into 3D.
Snap3D, 2 Features in 1 Product
In order to offer better convenience, MOPIC has taken much consideration.
Simply attach the Snap3D onto your actual smartphone's front screen,
and you can enjoy the stereoscopic view with your naked eyes.
Enjoy the experience of the one and only 3D VR smartphone case!
Snap3D&HoloGlass: How does it work?
In order to view in Stereoscopic 3D VR mode, users are required to have a smartphone,
the Snap3D/HoloGlass3D, and the Mplayer3D application installed.
The Mplayer3D transforms the smartphone into a 3D TV, while the Snap3D/HoloGlass functions as 3D glasses.
As mentioned above, without the use of 3D glasses, you can enjoy real-life 3D VR experiences with your naked eyes.
Difference made with one layer of lens
The secret behind a clear and simplified view is due to the precise and detailed design of the lenticular lens that is used in our product.
The lenticular lens attached on the Snap3D is transparent, light, and shockproof.
Snap3D&HoloGlass - 3D Settings
Please complete the 3D settings correctly, without covering the face or the front camera.
To enjoy a clear and fine quality stereoscopic resolution, please follow the video.
for Whenever Wherever Whoever!
Whether you like it or not, we are destined to view the world with our naked eye.
Through stereoscopic view, we minimize the difference between reality and display view.