So far, Poppy has raised $31,000 and has a goal of $40,000 with 29 days left. The device does not require a battery, nor does it contain any electronic parts. The 3D imagery is all done by manipulating optics and even though it works with apps like Instagram, the creators have developed an iOS app for the Poppy that lets you save 3D still shots and video to the camera roll on your iPhone and upload video to YouTube.
Pledge $299 or more and receive a pre-production Poppy (say that 10 times fast). For a $59 pledge, you'll get a Poppy, a neck strap and a microfiber bag. The product is expected to ship in December. Those with good memories might remember that toy maker Hasbro was offering a similar looking device called My3D viewer for the Apple iPhone and iPod, that also came with stereoscopic apps.
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source: Poppy via PCMag