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Nanoveu has provided updates on the development of its EyeFly3D products.

EyeFly3D uses a combination of software (the app) and hardware (screen protector) to offer real time, affordable and easy to use 3D rendering of 2D videos and photos.

The screen protector is embedded in microscopic lenses which are less than one-thousandth of a millimetre in size.

The nano lenses send slightly different images to either eyes which give the feeling the image is jumping out.

So far, it is only available for iPhones but is currently in Beta testing for Android, and is on track to supply screens for Google phones by the end of Q2 2019.

Currently, this is only available in China, Australia and the United States however Nanoveu is looking to expand.

They are also working on its EyeFyx technology which will be able to correct images for certain vision problems on high-resolution digital devices such as smartphones and tablets.

Please find announcement attached here

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