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3D Picture Frame: EZ3D Photo Print

Platform : Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
2.4 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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Product Description

"3D Picture Frame: EZ3D Photo Print is basically designed for those who have photo printer and digital camera, and want to do something funny and special for the photos. Indeed, it can help you easily create 3D photos with your existed normal 2D photos. You don't even need to know anything about 3D technology. To create a 3D photo, it is as easy as "1-2-3". Yes, just follow the "1-2-3" steps as EZ3D Photo Print requires; anyone can easily finish a 3D photo in a few minutes."

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000FQ9MT4
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 19, 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,505 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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You've seen these types of 3D images before. They're the kind that used that grooved plastic that were used for 3D album covers, postcards, and sports cards. When I saw this kit on [...], I thought I'd give it a try.

I had a photo of my dog, who passed away last year, and I thought it would be a good image to make 3D. I just printed out the image and I'm pleased to announce that it works really well.

Here's how it works: You open your image in the software that's provided on CD. Then you have to outline the image using their tool. Finally, you print out the image.

I would have given this item 5 stars if it wasn't for the software, which could be better, and the electronic manual, which was sparse. But the process is simple enough that you should be able to figure everything out relatively easily.

You can surprise a loved one with a 3D photo that you made yourself. How cool is that?
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This product is a fairly good idea, but the execution is poor. The software runs as a single three-step wizard: select a photo, outline an area to raise above the background, and print. Outlining only allows you to choose a single object and raise it to one of three preset levels above the background, which doesn't enable much variety. What's more, you're required to outline the object in a polygon, point-by-point; there's no Photoshop-style "magic lasso" tool here to outline the object by its colors. If you were hoping to use a pair of photos for a true 3d view, you won't get that from this product.

The biggest disappointment came from printing, however. The options are very restrictive--you can only print your 4x6 photo on 4x6 paper, and you have to set it as such in the printer driver. It's not possible to print it on a letter-size piece of paper and cut out the correct region, for example. But all this is secondary to the biggest flaw in the system: The printout was not 3d when placed in the frame.

This is presumably some sort of scaling problem between the software and my printer, but my printer is an HP 3745, which ought to be standard enough to work (albeit a little old, but then so is this software). After wasting several sheets of photo paper, I was forced to accept that this program was not going to work.

One good point: The product did come with both portrait and landscape lenticular lenses, so if the system works for you, you can produce 3d photos in either orientation. This is offset, however, by the fact that a separate 3d frame is required for each 3d photo you wish to display, and since it comes with only one frame, the kit really allows you to print at most only a single 3d photo. Additional photos must either be swapped in and out of the frame, or else placed in additional frames which are sold separately.
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I saw this product on amazon and got it as a gift through my wishlist. The technolagy utilized in this product(lenticular printing) is commonly used to make 3d or moving hallmark cards. The lens allows the each eye to see a sligtly diffrent picture, resulting in a 3d illusion. In order to use the frame, you have to install the included program on a PC. Then you use the application to select the object you want in the foreground. I recomend you set the depth setting to high. Then you print it out with a decent printer, crop it (unless you have a photo printer) and insert it into the frame. The results are eye popping. It was so cool, I must have shown to 50 people, each of whom wowed when they saw the picture. They all saw the 3D effect. You can not go wrong with this frame.
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I recently received this gift from my son who is in the military and stationed overseas. I'm sorry to say but I'm returning this gift (first time ever). The frame itself could not be anymore cheap and unappealing. For the price it is a cheap plastic not good quality at all. I would not recommend this product for the price. Very poor quality and not worth the money.
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By Carlyn J. Main on December 19, 2009
This thing is so cheaply made. I had to do a google search to find out how to even get it open because the flimsy clips on the back don't seem to want to slide open. Also the software doesn't work with newer operating systems including Vista. And, it is just a cheap piece of junk that looks like it cost about 5 cents to make. Very disappointed. You have to have your own photo printer/photo paper to print the photo. This is not a digital frame.
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