Thread: Davisrocks' 3-D pictures

    • 10 years 5 days ago
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    Ok, I made these like a while ago but their still good,













    More later!
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      • 10 years 5 days ago
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      I wont even ask how u did that.. but I could use some 3D glasses right about now.
      Mew
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        • 10 years 5 days ago
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        holy crap im seeing double

        or triple
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          • 10 years 5 days ago
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          I wish I had kept my 3-D glasses.
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            • 10 years 5 days ago
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            Nice work ^^ Photoshop I assume? With filters and adjusting the hue that probably wouldn't take too long. But great idea


            It does work pretty well, but there's one other element that could be used here. The distance that the blue and red versions are apart from each other affects how close the 3D illusion is. If they're farther apart from each other the object looks closer to you and if they're closer together it seems farther back or flat against the page it's on.

            You could use this to create an even greater sense of depth. Have objects that are closer, like that van in that last picture, could be about

            Blue------------------------------Normal-----------------------------------Red

            and objects in the middle like the tree trunks and that bush

            Blue-----------------Normal-----------------Red

            And the back ones like that house and the trees in the far back be something like

            Blue---Normal---red

            and the sky you probably wouldn't have to mess with at all.

            This of course would probably be a lot harder cause you'd have to split up the pictures into segments and space them accordingly, but it's worth it in the end.


            Just some ideas for any future ones you make. Cool idea though, keep it up.
              • 10 years 5 days ago
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              I see 4 doorknobs in that first picture!
                • 10 years 5 days ago
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                Quote by Kray
                Nice work ^^ Photoshop I assume?

                thank for the great ideas with the filtering. yeah i was thinking of making some with my star wars action figures. and by the way i don't use photoshop i use a special program called Callipygian 3D! But none of yous guys better take mine idea its mine, mine, mine, MINE!!!
                Sorry, I'm greedy!
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                  • 9 years 11 months ago
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                  looking @ them w/o 3-D glasses is like a bad acid trip gone wrong and getting worse still.
                    • 9 years 11 months ago
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                    Quote by St.
                    looking @ them w/o 3-D glasses is like a bad acid trip gone wrong and getting worse still.


                    Hence its greatness.
                      • 9 years 11 months ago
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                      Nice anaglyphs. Have you considered using other methods of stereoscopy?
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                        • 9 years 11 months ago
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                        My eyes hurt.. I need my 3D glasses...
                        Ker click... Choom..
                          • 9 years 11 months ago
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                          Quote by flamepanther
                          Nice anaglyphs. Have you considered using other methods of stereoscopy?

                          no not really i'll have to look into it though!
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                            • 9 years 11 months ago
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                            I use liquid cystal glasses synced with a flickering image. There's no real loss of color that way.

                            There's actually a JPEG-based image format for storing stereographs, JPS. JPS images are basically a JPEG with side-by-side images. JPS viewers will automatically display the image as anaglyph, page flip, interlaced, cross-eye, or relaxed-eye depending on the user's settings.
                              • 9 years 11 months ago
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                              Quote by Reaper
                              Quote by St.
                              looking @ them w/o 3-D glasses is like a bad acid trip gone wrong and getting worse still.


                              Hence its greatness.

                              so true
                                • 9 years 11 months ago
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                                Quote by St.
                                Quote by Reaper
                                Quote by St.
                                looking @ them w/o 3-D glasses is like a bad acid trip gone wrong and getting worse still.


                                Hence its greatness.

                                so true


                                We need more acid inspired 3-D stareograms on this board
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