Queen legend Brian May shared two side-by-side photos and introduced an interesting Apple iOS app called i3DSteroid.

He also shared lots of information about OWL VR Kit. Queen guitarist and astrophysicist Brian May has designed and launched this VR Kit by himself.

Here is what Brian May wrote:

“In a very tiny studio set up in rehearsal rooms in New Haw, Surrey – a town I’m sure we played around 1968 as a group called 1984 – today we filmed a piece for a video for a heavy third party – an excellent group, as you will see in due course. Did we have fun ? I think so!

This is one of those pictures that looks like a jumble, viewed as a ‘flat’ mono – but if you take a moment to free-view it in 3-D, relaxing your eyes so their axes are parallel, a whole world of detail will be revealed ! If that doesn’t come naturally, swipe, and try viewing cross-eyed instead. Let me know what you prefer. Okay?

Parallel free viewing, versus cross-eyed free viewing. Or for the optimum experience, you could bring it up a bit bigger on your laptop (it will be on Bri’s Soapbox at Brianmay.com pretty soon too) and use one of my patent OWL stereoscopes! Available at LondonStereo.com. Try an OWL VR KIT, which will turn your smartphone into a stereoscope! Any road up …. enjoy ! 💥💥💥💥💥

I used the i3DSteroid app to make this 3-D picture. Look for it on the app store – for IPhones or the Other Kind! It’s a wonderful app. You don’t need a stereo camera. All you need is a smart phone and the app. And preferably an OWL VR kit to help you view YOUR 3-D photos DIRECTLY ON YOUR PHONE. Bri.”

Here is his Instagram post:

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In a very tiny studio set up in rehearsal rooms in New Haw, Surrey – a town I’m sure we played around 1968 as a group called 1984 – today we filmed a piece for a video for a heavy third party – an excellent group, as you will see in due course. Did we have fun ? I think so ! This is one of those pictures that looks like a jumble, viewed as a ‘flat’ mono – but if you take a moment to free-view it in 3-D, relaxing your eyes so their axes are parallel, a whole world of detail will be revealed ! If that doesn’t come naturally, swipe, and try viewing cross-eyed instead. Let me know what you prefer. Okay? Parallel free viewing, versus cross-eyed free viewing. Or for the optimum experience, you could bring it up a bit bigger on your laptop (it will be on Bri’s Soapbox at Brianmay.com pretty soon too) and use one of my patent OWL stereoscopes ! Available at LondonStereo.com. Try an OWL VR KIT, which will turn your smartphone into a stereoscope! Any road up …. enjoy ! 💥💥💥💥💥 I used the i3DSteroid app to make this 3-D picture. Look for it on the app store – for IPhones or the Other Kind ! It’s a wonderful app. You don’t need a stereo camera. All you need is a smart phone and the app. And preferably an OWL VR kit to help you view YOUR 3-D photos DIRECTLY ON YOUR PHONE. Bri

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