Kaiser Baas introduces a new way to display digital photos in a photo frame with the release of the “Signature Series 3D” Digital Photo Frames. Unlike other digital photo frames, the 3D Digital Photo Frame enhances picture slideshows with 3D transition and animation effects when displaying digital photos from a memory card.
These 3D Digital Photo Frames allow consumers to add style effects such as Pan & Zoom, 3D Cube, 3D Fly-by and 3D Space. 3D effects are generated by mapping digital photos onto 3D objects such as a cube or panels and animated by rotation, pan and zoom, or fly-by each time a slide makes a transition. Or you could choose any of the eight 2D effects such as wipe, cross-fade and push to provide an alternative transition from one slide to another.
The Kaiser Baas Signature Series 3D Digital Photo Frame is just as useful on a desk or coffee table as it is on a shelf with a calendar and clock feature, which is displayed as an overlay on top of the photos while it is playing as a slideshow.
8.0 inch diagonal viewing area
12 engaging transitions
Plays digital photos as a slideshow with music
1GB SD card included
Set slide show duration
Picture rotate function
Easy to use on-screen menus & button controls
Screen brightness adjustment
Display calendar and clock with schedule
Wall or desk mountable
Audio output for external speakers or earphones
Supports firmware updates
User friendly remote control
File formats: Pictures: JPEG up to 16 megapixel resolution. Audio: MP3
Memory card slots: Secure Digital (SD), Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC), Multi Media Card (MMC), Memory Stick (MS), MS Pro, MS Duo, MS Pro Duo (MS Duo adaptor required), Compact Flash (CF), xD Picture Card (xD). Supports memory cards up to 8GB.
Price and availability
The Kaiser Baas 3D Digital Photo Frame retails at $329 (RRP) and is available mid-Novermber, 2008 at all leading retailers such as Harvey Norman, City Software, Joyce Mayne, Domayne, Ted’s Cameras, Camera House and independent resellers.