STEREO thread!

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  1. anton980

    anton980 TPF Noob!

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    Hello, hello! I've searched the forums and have not found anything related to this, so I dont think I will be repeating someone else's thread.
    I enjoy stereo photography, and thought I'd start posting stuff here, and it would be great if someone posted something as well.

    To start, those who are unfamiliar with stereo pairs, please read this: http://www.edge-3d.com/how_to.htm

    Personally, I always use parallel (or wall-eyed) method since I cant see anything cross-eyed. But if you have photoshop, you can easily convert parallel to cross-eyed. I found a width of 550 pixels to be ideal for me when viewing stereo pairs. If someone looks and has problems, I can resize to any other size.

    Anyways, here's the first image! Thanks for looking, and leave a comment, or better yet, your own stereo pair (hopefully in parallel-eye format :) )

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    wow I have never even heard of this, but it works basically like thos "Magic Eye" books where the picture pops out at you. I just crossed my eyes and relaxed them, and the image started poping. worked so well I had to look away to break the 3d image.
     
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    Hey it does work!...... at first i got nothing..... and i can do the 'magic eye' things..... but then i moved my head closer to the screen and it worked.... just made me feel nauseous.... but thats ok :mrgreen: :lol:
     
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    :) remember, this is parallel, and not cross-eye stereo pair! if you reverse them, it "kind-of" looks 3D, but if you look at it right, then it really pops.

    I've made a cross-eyed version for you to try:

    CROSS-EYED:
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    PARALLEL:
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    the cross eyed picture isn't showing up :( I cant figure out how to do the parallel
     
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    ok, cross-eyed should be up now. Sorry, I named it wrong.

    in the meantime, here's an older one. Works very well as well

    CROSS-EYED:
    [​IMG]

    PARALLEL:
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    honestly I see the 3-d effect the same on both. That second set was awesome. I didn't think it would be a big deal since it is so dark, but the hallway looks great :)
     
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    Cool thing ... seems like I can produces the effect for fractions of a second and then see the pic in 3D but I can't hold it for long enough and my head begins to hurt immediately.

    Have you taken your first two away from the server? I no longer get them. Only the hallway.
     
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    I dont know... 3D does show up in both for me as well, but if you look at the parallel images while cross-eyed, some things dont allign and stand out too much, irritating my eyes, whereas I can look for a long time at the image if I view the correct one with the proper method.

    sorry about that. They're back up.

    As far as head hurting - there are devices that can help you view these pictures without doing unnatural things to your eyes (check out the latest Tool album - the CD booklet includes goggles for viewing the stereo pairs).
     
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    And here's today's stereo pair. Taken very recently - it's a monastery in Belarus.

    CROSS-EYED:
    [​IMG]


    PARALLEL:
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    so exactly what is the difference in the picture that dedicates one to be cross eyed and the other to be parallel, in fact, what is different about them period, they look like two of the same picture... or am I retarded.

    wow those trees look great.
     
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    In the parallel version - the left image is meant to be viewed with the left eye, and the right image is for the right eye. And in cross-eyed - left image for right eye and right image for the left eye. Since there's a bit of a distance between the left and right eye they see the same thing under slightly different angles - hence these photos were taken from 2 different positions. If you have photoshop, you can copy-paste the two versions on top of each other and you will see the slight "rotation" around the center of the image.
    I'm actually surprised that you cant tell a difference when looking at the parallel images using the cross-eye method. When you overlap the reversed images a lot of things dont lign up and you dont get a crisp and clean stereo photo. Instead you get something that kinda looks stereo. That's how it works for me, at least.
    Here's a link to a product that I was talking about yesterday: http://www.berezin.com/3d/Tech/Clipviewer/clip-viewer.htm

    Here's another photo pair that I took very recently. Again, I present cross-eye and parallel versions. This one looks SUPER crisp and clean, so I'm sure if you try the same method on both images you will see the difference.

    CROSS-EYED:
    [​IMG]


    PARALLEL:
    [​IMG]
     

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