A new 3D lens adapter isborn at Kula (Reykjavík, Iceland) in the minds of Íris Ólafsdóttir, Stella Björgvinsdóttir, Birgir Birgisson, Ágúst Rafnsson, and Jón Arnar Tómasson (Did I say they are from Iceland?).
Kúla Deeper is a "3d lens" for DSLR cameras and Kúla Bebe is for smartphones. Both devices come with a software to convert 3D pictures and videos to almost any 3D format available. You can pre-order Kúla Deeper which is expected in April/May 2015 right now, with a 30% discount for a limited number of pre-orders ($105 instead of $150).
Thanks to the recent advancements in 3D scanning and 3D printing capabilities, we are now able to recreate objects of the past with much greater precision and accuracy than ever before. Recently, three companies teamed up to take on a project unlike anything seen previously. Studio FATHOM, Artworks Foundry, and Scansite formed a partnership in order to create scaled down limited edition reproductions of some of history’s most recognizable artworks. Watch the Fathom trailer video here under.