The first stereoscopic 3D game for the iPhone
Look Into It From Above And Be Enchanted!
Mind blowing holographic marble action with stereoscope to boot. Using standard red/cyan 3d glasses the depth illusion of the hologram is truly hard to believe. The game is available now at the App Store for $0.99.
Please note that stereoscopic rendering is optional, and that the game can be enjoyed without 3D glasses.
What people think
The video camera I used cannot capture the stereoscopic effect. The resolution, compression and color wash almost completely destroys the separation of the color channels. But here's a screenshot you can view with your red/cyan 3d glasses to see how incredible the stereo depth is.
Note: illusion quality depends on the resolution of your screen. The stereoscope was designed for the 163 ppi screen of the iPhone. It works ok on most screens though.
- Jaw-dropping holographic 3D graphics
- Stereoscopic rendering at 30 fps. Use standard red/cyan 3D glasses.
- Realistic 3d physics.
- 9 challenging boards in first version.
- Sound and rumble!
2.0 featuresIf people enjoy playing Diorama I am very committed to expanding the franchise.
- Adventure! Large interconnected game-world with dynamic environments.
- Power-Ups! Make the ball bounce, stick and float.
- Community features! Letting anyone design game boards and share them.
- Possibly combat. Since movement is entirely tilt-based your fingers are free to tap stuff.
- Secret feature! Something I don't want stolen..
Please note that glasses are not included in the price of Diorama. The free glasses offered to US residents are courtesy of American Paper Optics.
- Put your adress on a stamped envelope. Dont seal the envelope!
- Put your self-adressed envelope in another stamped envelope. Label it Diorama and put the following address on it:
American Paper Optics
2995 Appling Rd., Suite 106
Bartlett, TN 38133
- Make sure the postage is correct on both envelopes.
- Seal the outer envelope and put it in the mail.
For questions please e-mail email@example.com
Rest of the world
Report your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. If there are enough requests we will look into possible channels of distribution.
Do it yourself
Link to a great tutorial on how to make your own cardboard 3d glasses.