A 3D picture cube, also known as a 3D viewer, is a cube with an integrated display screen and is used to view 3D pictures. It is similar to a picture frame, except that instead of containing photos, it contains a virtual viewing area (virtual display) where the pictures are stored. The images stored in a 3D viewer are stored in digital form by compressing the digital data into the cube’s walls. The resulting image, when viewed using a suitable graphics software program, will have a smooth, sharp, and lifelike resolution. They can be viewed from any angle, giving a truly mesmerizing visual experience.
3D picture cube can be bought as personal use products or can be purchased as educational or industrial promotional products. There are many styles available, including wood, steel, acrylic, plastic, crystal, and glass. A cube consists of a cube board which rotates, in either a horizontal or vertical position, to show the pictures on it. Most 3D picture frames come with adjustable levels of resolution and image quality.
There are two methods used to capture digital images; via microchip technology and via a digital camera. The cube’s interior is lined with microchips, which are embedded in the circuit boards themselves. These chips can store data for long periods and transfer them wirelessly. Most modern models include a rechargeable battery pack and microchip memory card storage.
The most important part of a 3D picture frame is its display. The image is captured on the interior cube’s surface by means of a digital camera or microchip technology. The image is then displayed on the cube’s exterior, via a suitable monitor, in either a full 3D mode or as a simple 2D mode.
There is also a type of 3D image display called a panoramic display. This kind of display shows a wide view of an image, or a series of images, projected on a flat surface. It allows the viewer to look at many different areas at the same time and also to move her head from one section of the viewing panel to another. A stereo camera is required for panoramic display, and there are also stereo cameras for providing other image modes.
3D picture display cubes are available for a number of standard computer screen sizes. However, the best ones are those that can fit on a full-sized desk, or that can be mounted on a wall. They also come with adjustable hinges so that they can be opened up to an easel-style. They also use a type of image projector that projects the image onto a colored backing, or into a mirror-like surface.