How to Create a 3D Parallax Wallpaper from Your Own Single Photo

Use a photo editor along with a free app to make a 3D parallax wallpaper / background for your smartphone. Turn your boring static wallpaper into an amazing piece of art!

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18 thoughts on “How to Create a 3D Parallax Wallpaper from Your Own Single Photo”

  1. Thanks for watching fellow HighTechHobbyists! Check out my new video on the amazing changing world through the eyes of Google Earth (a timelapse of the Earth):

  2. This may be a long shot, but do you know of any apps that double as a parallax as well as a real time audio visualizer? Like an object in the parallax that beats to the music that it hears? If not, do you have any recommendations for making custom realtime audio visualisers? I'm familiar with Blender, the Adobe Suite, and a bit of coding

  3. I know the answer to this is probably no, but is it possible that there's a site that has files of wallpapers saved in a format where you could just look at the layers individually instead of doing all of this?

  4. Thank you so much for the video! This is one amazing app!

    ..I do however have a problem, in preview and setting my own custom made one as my home screen, it's zooming it right in. I have shrunk my background, middle and foreground so they all fit within the dotted lines, but it still does it.

    I've tried to find the company on facebook and twitter, but they don't appear to be on them so I can post the issue I'm having. I don't want to have to give them 2-3 stars just to let them know about the issue, but its looking like I may have to.

    Using a Galaxy S8

  5. i cant import my png format photo 🙁 it is always prompting that "please select transparent png file" sucks –– i totally follow your steps on the video but i cant import –– please help me or email me 🙁


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