Luma is a revolutionary 3D-AI app with great potential, although some users have experienced technical issues. The app's ability to create 3D models and renderings quickly and easily is highly praised, but there have been reports of crashes and compatibility problems, especially on older iPhone models. Users also express a desire for more features and better functionality. Overall, Luma shows promise as a powerful tool for creating immersive 3D content.Best for
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Hi, the app is 10 of 10, the IA generate 3D models have a great quality. But I’m IPhone there’s a trouble with the hi-Res option that when the apps accidentally shot down the opción keeps freeze with all the models you’re updating the resolution. Please try to fix that, or at least add an option to cancel the hi-Res option or retry when this problem appears. Thanks.
It is so simple to create a 3D object in just minutes! Love it
Luma’s hot with Gaussian splats and social media, and their app shines on the latest iPhone models. Keep it up—this is a must for any media enthusiast.
I’ve used Polycam for photogrammetry scans, and I think that app is great for more utility applications like taking measurements and floor plans. It also is quite good at making 3D models of objects. Luma, however, is incredible for more immersive use, for capturing scenery and revisiting locations. the fact that it can capture reflections and water at all is impressive. Very excited to see how this tech evolves.
Saw this on RealityCheckVR today. Looks amazing! When will it become available for android users? My iPhone is my 2nd phone and my model is too old to support this. My android is my main phone.
After a walkthrough of my house I am only seeing one massive blur. As I was taking the photos I was seeing the camera path so everything appeared to be working.
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