Bellus3D brings its uncanny 3D selfies to the iPhone X

Bellus3D brings its uncanny 3D selfies to the iPhone X

Bellus3D, the company behind the uncannily accurate, slightly creepy 3D selfie camera, is making the jump to the iPhone with a new app that will let you take its oddly realistic scans without any extra hardware.

The company had previously announced at CES 2018 that it was finally releasing its face-scanning camera this year for $499. But with the release of the iPhone X, the company is taking things in a bit of a different direction by bundling its software into an iPhone app, removing the requirement for any expensive hardware required (other than the $999-plus smartphone, of course).

The app is currently in beta — interested users can sign up for on Bellus3D’s website — with a full App Store release planned for later this year.

See https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2018/4/11/17226434/bellus3d-face-scanning-iphone-x-app-3d-image-selfie


Bellus3D brings its uncanny 3D selfies to the iPhone X
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