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Ryu-Gi
23-05-11, 09:24
Guess what I just figured out how to dooooo!

You'll need red/cyan glasses to view this properly!

http://fc01.deviantart.net/fs70/i/2011/143/8/0/ivy_valentine_in_3d_by_ryu_gi-d3h0edr.jpg

nick styger
23-05-11, 09:32
HOW? That looks amazing. Gotta go and buy me some glasses.

Ryu-Gi
23-05-11, 09:42
HOW? That looks amazing. Gotta go and buy me some glasses.

It's actually easier then it seems.

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Also, a regular pair of cardboard 3D glasses can be bought for $0.50, so they're not hard to get. But, it is possible to make homemade ones if you can't find any. Just take a clear piece of plastic, and use a permanent marker to color red for the left eye and blue for the right eye.

nick styger
23-05-11, 10:52
Thanks. That looks amazing. Gonna try tonight.

nick styger
24-05-11, 18:00
Even I could use this first go. Here's my image...still experimenting but this software is awesom - EASY - AND FREE.


http://stereo.jpn.org/eng/stphmkr/


Here's my first attempt.


http://i929.photobucket.com/albums/ad137/Johnnymoon0/MONKEYFOCUSs.jpg

Ryu-Gi
25-05-11, 02:16
Here's my first attempt.

http://i929.photobucket.com/albums/ad137/Johnnymoon0/MONKEYFOCUSs.jpg

That actually didn't work so well, the red and blue images don't need to be that far apart. In fact they're way too far apart.

nick styger
25-05-11, 07:40
LOL. I Know. I was far too close to the subject. But it's a start. Very excited about this. Endless possibilities.

But I'm doing stereo photos of real life with my camera. How do you 3D images of a photo or a painting?

Ryu-Gi
25-05-11, 09:44
LOL. I Know. I was far too close to the subject. But it's a start. Very excited about this. Endless possibilities.

But I'm doing stereo photos of real life with my camera. How do you 3D images of a photo or a painting?

I don't think it's done very well with flat things like paintings, etc...unless you alter the flat images yourself in Photoshop or a similar program by moving the subject of the picture slightly to the left for the left eye then slightly to the right for the right eye, then following the tutorial in the video I posted.

nick styger
26-05-11, 08:40
Getting better I think. Not an inspiring subject (yet) but I was at work.


http://i929.photobucket.com/albums/ad137/Johnnymoon0/3D%20PHOTOS/WORK1.jpg

Autolycus
26-05-11, 08:59
They look good I've got some glasses at home, so I'll try them later. Really glad I bought Arkham Asylum 3D now ;)

nick styger
26-05-11, 13:33
http://i929.photobucket.com/albums/ad137/Johnnymoon0/3D%20PHOTOS/TheChosen3D.jpg







Especially to notice please the jar in the far right corner for full 3D effect.

http://i929.photobucket.com/albums/ad137/Johnnymoon0/3D%20PHOTOS/lara2_thumb.jpg