Perhaps one of the most notable features of the Amazon Fire phone is Dynamic Perspective—the creation of a virtual 3D image, without the unwanted glasses. By using the sensors located at the four corners of the front of your Fire phone, your device can keep track of the position of your head. In this way, the phone can create multiple perspective images. Thanks to infrared lights, Dynamic Perspective can even work in low-light conditions.
This new sensor system equips your Fire phone with the convenience of the one-handed gestures you just learned about, such as quick access to menus, shortcuts, and other information through tilt, swivel, and peek gestures. Dynamic Perspective allows users to immerse themselves in games by enabling characters to look around corners or objects. It’s possible to tilt maps to see Yelp ratings or view buildings as 3D objects. Users can peek to see new, detailed views and angles of clothing, shoes, and more in the Amazon Shopping app. Not all apps are Dynamic Perspective-enabled. Feel free to filter the Amazon Appstore to apps that can take advantage of this technology.