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StereoCam (corpuscul.ru) lets you create 3D photos by mobile, without PC editing. Just create first photo, change position and create another one viewing preview in live mode - then you may edit them in fullscreen for best view by 3D glasses, or without any if you can see stereo pairs (see app's Help). The only display resolution now is 240x320.
There is an anaglyph 3D-interface for main menu, submenus and so on. After first launch application creates folder StereoCam on the root of memory card (of phone itself if it's absent). All the data, photos and 3D-images will be saved only in it. Choose "Camera" on main menu, you'll see list of capture modes. If you need, for example, landscape photo just choose #5 "Anaglyph - Landscape" (you may change caption - in future versions it's possible to create new modes). For speeding working up you may choose mode number on phone keyboard, and this feature supported on any list-screen in programm. The working screen will open and you see two rectangles. Viewfinder appears in left one and first snap can be done. After that you see the preview of photo inside of first rectangle and viewfinder appears in second one, and you may in live mode choose pair view which is very handy. After that you may see resulting image in fullscreen. If it's Ok - just save it. If no - edit it by moving right photo up-down or left-right and save or cancel. After saving the working screen appears again and you can make another 3D-image - in the first rectangle remains first photo and you may improve second one in another rectangle. For comparing aims there is history of made images during one session, you may see it below and scroll them.
So, that is full cycle of making 3Ds. You may view your album by choosing "Photos" on main menu. All the images begin from 'S', then one of symbols 'A', 'C' or 'P' that means anaglyph, cross or parallel. And then symbol of orientation - 'L' or 'P'. After that unique image number comes and then number of photos inside of the same session. And it's finished by BMP
In "Settings" menu you may set camera working mode: it can be always ready for capture and therefore launches quickly between sessions (but spend you battery), or after finishing photo session it's deactivated and starts before another one which is cost on time (but saves the battery). 'Help' menu gives you a little support if you are just beginner.