App maker Fyusion has today released Fyuse 2.0, an app for Android and iOS devices that aims to revolutionize photography by introducing what its makers call 'surround view' technology. Fyusion says its app captures multi-angle slices of space, then uses the sensors in your smart device and 3D processing algorithms to let users interact with the images.

In practice this means a Fyuse image is captured by moving your phone in a panorama-like way during the capture process, then viewing and interacting with the captured scene by tilting your device left and right.

Dr. Radu B. Rusu, CEO and co-founder of Fyusion, describes the experience the following way: “No one can be told what a Fyuse is -- you have to see and experience it for yourself. It’s a combination of a traditional photo, a panorama, motion capture, as well as 3D, and it truly renders a lot of the existing technologies obsolete." 

However, Fyuse wants to be more than just a capturing and viewing app. It offers recording guides and tutorials, allows you to attach 3D post-it-like tags to objects in a captured scene and makes a range of filters available for further image customization. There is social sharing via Facebook, Twitter and other platforms as well. The app also offers visual messaging between users and Pinterest-style galleries for organizing content with unlimited cloud storage.

Watch the video below for a better idea how Fyuse actually works. If you'd like to give it a go yourself you can download the app for free from the Apple App Store or Google Play