South Korea’s newest  3-D photo craze gaining international attention

South Korea’s newest 3-D photo craze gaining international attention

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterSouth Koreas newest photo trend has been receiving international attention, with many media shopsfar and widethe arena reporting at the phenomenon. 

Rather than settle for profootage or selfies, many South Koreans were turning to 3-dpictures to capture a 360 stage photo of themselves, in addition their youngsters and pets.

In order to providea actually perfect 3D model, the topics are placed at the middle of a hundred cameras, which take photos from eachperspective and mix them to create a best possible image. In only one to two days, photographer are in a position to make a figurine of the topic in shocking detail. Yetwhilst many South Koreans are in love with the theory of 3D photos, the generation is still slightly pricey, with small figurines costing between $100 and $300 USD.

While maximum 3D photos are created of members of the family and pals for sentimental value, height agency SM Entertainment has also beganthe use of the technology to create unitsin theirmost neatly liked idols as well, albeit to less a success results.

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