This application contains only high quality images and allows you to set them on your background or download high-resolution image to your device.
- Only high-resolution images;
- Only the best, bright images;
- New pictures every week.
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Interesting facts about Motorbikes:
1. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that in 2000, 631 motorcyclists were saved by wearing their helmet.
2. The German inventor Gottlieb Daimler is generally credited with building the first practical motorcycle in 1885.
3. Up to eight motorbikes can fit in the same parking space occupied by one car.
4. Motorcycles and scooters are, on average, about twice as fuel efficient as cars.
5. The first rider to ever go over 300mph was Don Vesco in 1975, on a 1496cc Yamaha-engined streamliner.
6. Kawasaki also makes spaceships.
7. The fastest motorcycle s the Dodge Tomahawk, a prototype with an unusual design, featuring the 500 hp (373 kW) 8.3 L V10 engine from the Dodge Viper.
8. MV Agusta is currently producing the F4 1078 RR 312. 312kph being the recorded top speed at the Salt Flats in Utah in 2007.The RR312 reached a recorded top speed of 195, but since speeds are averaged, it’s recorded top speed is 194mph, or metric, 312kph.
9. When Valentino Rossi was five, his dad Graziano built him a go-cart to discourage him from getting into bikes
10. Harley-Davidson built push-bikes between 1917 and 1923. The first Harley Davidson motorcycle built in 1903 used a tomato can for a carburetor.
These pictures are high resolution (HD Wallpapers) look great on android devices with any screen resolution (480x854, 960x540, 1280x720, 480x800, 1280x800, 480x320)
With this app you can view 3D-Images in the Side-by-Side Format (One image splitted for the right and left eye) like they are on a big screen. This app uses the headtracking to prevent "Motion Sickness" which can occurr if you move your head and the image didnt move in this direction.
You have to create a folder named "VRImageViewer" on your sd-card in which you put the images. If you have a device without a sd-card slot like the "Nexus 4" you have to create the folder into the normal storage.
You need images in this format: http://www.google.de/search?q=stereoscopic+parallel&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X
With a controller like the iDroid you can control the images with the left analog stick.
Left stick up and down = zoom in and out
Left stick left and right = previous and next image
Tested on a Google Nexus 4 with iDroid Controller and the OpenDive.