3D modelers have been working to make computer vision more accurate, faster, and more flexible for years.
But the technology has only been getting more accurate over the past few years.
In 2016, Google released its first commercially available 3D modeling software called Vuvo.
The technology allowed anyone to build an object using a smartphone and create it in 3D.
But that’s not the only application 3D models can be used for.
Now a startup called Vuvo-Tuber is offering software that will let you create a 3D computer model from any photo, video, or 3D object.
The software can be downloaded for free from Vuvo.tv, and can even work with Google Cardboard, which is available for Android phones.
Vuvo said it’s also developing an app for the Apple TV.
“We are developing the Vuvo modeler for the iPhone and the VuVo Tuber modeler and the VuVo camera app for Apple TV,” Vuvo told TechCrunch.
VuVO’s 3D camera app is available in the App Store for $9.99, and is free for all users.
VuVo says it’s trying to make the technology more useful for the masses, and to get the most out of smartphones.
“People have the same need to capture the moment in front of them.
The cameras have the best performance in terms of depth and quality.
We are working to offer a platform for this technology that can be very easily and affordably deployed,” VuVO CEO Daniel Hui said.
“The camera is a crucial part of your camera kit, and that’s where the new camera technology is coming from.”
He added that VuVo hopes to have a “very large and open” market for the technology.
VuVu’s 3d camera app was a big hit with reviewers, with nearly 4.5 million reviews on the Google Play store, according to App Annie.
VuVR’s new app for iPhones and Android phones will be available later this year, according the company.
The company says it expects to ship the first versions of the VuVua modeler software for iPhones, and Android smartphones later this summer.