Experience mind-blowing 3D graphics, minus the glasses, with ROKiT IO 3D and ROKiT IO Pro 3D.
Everything you need to know about 3D on your ROKiT device
- How does glasses-free 3D work?
- How can I access and view 3D content?
- Do ROKiT devices come with in-built 3D cameras?
Normally, when viewing 3D at the cinema, you would use 3D glasses to polarise the image allowing your eyes to see a slightly different image.
The technology in our ROKiT devices polarises light directly in the screen instead, allowing you to view 3D content with no glasses. When viewing 3D content, the screen polarises light in such a way that shows a different image to each of your eyes, producing the 3D effect.
ROKFLiX 3D offers original 3D content created at ROK Studios. A huge catalogue of quality controlled 3D films and content that you can watch using our 3D phones. Considered the Netflix of 3D, ROKFLiX 3D boasts a library so expansive, you could watch three films a week and have over 18 months worth of content. Simply register in ROKiT Launch Control for 3 free months access to our unique content.
3D Gallery allows you to view both 3D movies, clips and photos. You can upload your own 3D content by transferring files to the 3DCIM folder of the Android directory. Settings are available to view side-by-side (SBS) and top/bottom 3D content.
Plug your phone into your computer then find your device > Internal shared storage > K3DX > 3DCIM > Select Camera or Video.
3DFV allows you to view 3D content on YouTube and Chrome. Simply open your app menu and find the 3DFV app then turn on 3D services.
Youtube will display side-by-side (SBS) content in 3D. We recommend searching for "3D SBS" to locate compatible content. Make sure the device is in landscape mode and touch the screen to see the floating 3D/2D icon. Tap this to alternate between 3D and 2D modes. Please note: VR content may not play as expected.
To view other content in 3D, you can use chrome in landscape mode. The floating icon allows you to change any page to view 3D content. Any 3D app that has an option for column interlaced 3D should work.
Our current line-up of 3D devices do not come with integrated 3D cameras. However, they boast easy capture mode which allows users to convert 2D images into 3D while viewing on the device and and double picture mode which takes 2 images and layers them to create a 3D effect.