StereoTracer 9.6 – July 2021

What’s new?

  • Support for the .heic file format. Photos taken by some modern smartphones in the Portrait mode are stored in this format. Such files contain a 2D photo and a Depth map. You can make 3D out of them.


  • Program crashes when executing the Save Frames.

Download StereoTracer 9.6


  • Additional 50% discount for users of Looking Glass Factory holographic displays. Coupon code: LOOKING-GLASS-HOLO-DISPLAY-50
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StereoTracer 9.5 release

Triaxes team is glad to announce the release of StereoTracer v 9.5

What’s new:

  1. New export 3D image format compatible with holographic Looking Glass displays (More info in this article and this video tutorial)
  2. New export 3D image format for uploading to Facebook;
  3. New preview mode that allows you to view 2D+Depth photo as a 3D model. 
Download StereoTracer 9.5

For users of Looking Glass Factory holographic displays, an additional 50% discount on StereoTracer with a special coupon: LOOKING-GLASS-HOLO-DISPLAY-50

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Exhibition opening at the Floating Lighthouse Irbensky.

An opening of the museum exhibition took place at the bilge of the Floating Lighthouse Irbensky on April, 10 2021. 3D photographs of the following Baltic vessels became part of the exhibition: Irbensky (Russia), Dubingiai and Meridianas (Lithuania).

3D photos were made with the help of the 2D-to-3D conversion method and lenticular (holograhphic) technology by Triaxes and Stereograd companies.

Floating Lighthouse Irbensky is the last inhabited lighthouse in the World. Read more >>>

Read this article to learn more about how 3D photos of Baltic vessels were created.

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DepthGate 3.3 release

After a long pause we have resumed working on the DepthGate program for converting video to autostereoscopic (AS) 3D formats and now present the newly released 3.3 version.

What’s new:

  • Support for input video in 2D+Depth format;
  • Export formats: 32 and 45 views for Looking Glass 3D display;
  • Advanced Multiview 3D rendering settings;
  • The program comes in three editions:

    “4K” with the ability to export videos up to 4K x 4K resolution (already available for purchase);

    “8K” – with the ability to export videos up to 8K x 8K resolution;

    “Pro” – with the ability to export videos up to 12K x 12K resolution. 
  • Demo mode is not time- and frame-limited;
  • Support for Chinese language user interface;
  • 64-bit version.


  • Loss of some frames in the original video;
  • Interface errors.

Download the demo from the product page

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3DMasterKit 10.5 and Legend 10.5 update

Triaxes Legend3DMasterKit  and Legend update version 10.5.

What’s new:

Updated .MTP project format. Now project layers are saved in a .PSDD file. This increases the reliability of project storage, and makes it possible to copy and use the layers file separately from the project.

Fixed bugs:

  1. Error while saving the project in .MTP: resaving does not save modified layers and frames;
  2. In the Pitch Test dialog, the values in inches change to mm when changing the Mode;
  3. The Set Visible On All Layers button switches generation to Auto N in the Multiview generation dialog;
  4. Lenticular tab: the specified picture size is reset to the Crop rect size after each encoding (interlacing);
  5. Layers from .PSD files were added to position 100. Now they are added to the mid-position (0);
  6. Error: if the Background parallax value is 0, then the Foreground parallax is applied incorrectly to the layer depth map;
  7. Problem with the “transparency” of the layer after editing in an external editor;
  8. The problem with saving layers in the .MTP project;
  9. Error in saving the values of the depth map factor in the .MTP project;
  10. Error in generating the positioning frame (in Legend).

Download 3DMasterKit 10.5

Download Legend 10.5


If you are interested in lenticulars, you might enjoy Michael Brown’s YouTube Channel.
He has videos showing various steps of printing inkjet lenticulars, recordings of his studio live stream demonstrations, training materials, and visual samples of his fine art lenticulars.

In addition, Michael has uploaded a series of video conversations with others working in this fascinating field.

YouTube’s closed captioning can translate the English audio into on-screen translated text in numerous languages.

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