Design studio Minneapolis has developed an app that uses a virtual camera to shoot 3D videos of everyday objects.
The app is called “Minneapolis’s first VR camera app,” which it calls Minutopia.
The app is available on the App Store and Google Play.
The team behind the app, including its creator, Minutopear, is a team of three former members of the Apple App Store team.
The team behind Minutopian is named after the Minnesota city.
The project was funded by the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Department and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Minneapolis is an affordable city, and the app was designed to help residents find affordable housing.
The apps features include:● A new way to make videos using virtual reality.● A 3D camera that allows users to capture 3D images of objects, buildings, and more.● Three different camera types to choose from: 360, 3D, and virtual.● New camera mode lets users take 3D photos of a wide range of objects.● The ability to capture 360° video from up to 12 feet away.
The developers have said they plan to expand the app to other cities in the future.