A Throwback To Fond Childhood Memories With Image3D and RetroViewer #Review

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Who remembers having a 3D viewer as a kid?  I know I had one back in the 80’s and it was one of my favorite toys.  You could view images in 3D and feel like you were going on an adventure right from your own home.  Image3D is bringing back those fond childhood memories with their RetroViewer.


The RetroViewer is available in a few different colors but I went with the classic red, just like when I was a little girl.  Watching my little girl looking at the images with wonder is a total flashback to when I was a little girl…she is a spitting image of me and it reminds me of my first time looking in a 3D viewer.  You can create your own reels which makes this 3D viewer outta sight!  You can use stock images, create a reel with your own photos, even create reels with an app called Reelagram where you can make reels with your Instagram photos!  Add text, change the font and color, even customize the center of the reel!

I took some of my favorite moments with my kiddos to create a one-of-a-kind reel that will remain close to my heart forever.  The reels are really easy to create, the website will walk you through every little step to make sure you achieve perfection with your special memories.  If you do get lost along the way, don’t fret!  There’s an instructional video available on the website as well if you’re having any trouble.

Whether you’re looking to give a meaningful gift or keepsake, make a special announcement, showcase a project, or just have fun, RetroViewer is one of the greatest new spin on an old invention.


***I did not receive any financial compensation, simply the product free to me in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion***

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