Dwaravati has launched its debut Android application, Drig3D, a virtual reality (VR) camera designed for Google Cardboard. Using regular mobile camera, Drig3D allows users to capture 3D pictures, which can be viewed using Google Cardboard or any similar VR headset.
Drig3D offers 3 modes for shooting in different scenarios. Scene mode to capture panoramic scene around the user, Model mode to digitize an object in 3D, and Selfie mode for shooting 3D selfies. Users can then share these photos from within the application to external channels such as e-mails, messengers or online drives.
“We all are currently witnessing dawn of the virtual reality era. Google triggered it off by bringing taste of VR to the masses in last year’s Google I/O. Looking at the traction it has gained since then, and amount of innovation and investment that has been brought forward by various players, it is clear that dawn to sunrise will not take long” said Kinjal Desai, Founder and CEO at Dwaravati. “We want to see Drig3D leading the VR era, by enabling its users to generate VR content while maintaining highest standards of quality and ease”.
Drig3D is offered for free on the Google Play store and offers in-app purchases to unlock premium options. VRFocus will keep you updated with other 3D capture applications designed for Google Cardboard.