Steroscopic HDR and 3D Rendering

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  1. Wyjid

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    Stereoscopic HDR and 3D rendering

    It was a very grey and rainy day today so i sat down to do some editing. i've mucked around with a couple HRD shots but never really liked them that much cause they rarely look just as your eye sees. so i got to thinking: how does my eye see? In stereo of course! the brain is the most powerful image processing tool out there so i figured i'd let it do the work. I also tried some 3D stuff from around my room.

    Sit back about 3 or 4 feet from your screen. cross your eyes and merge the two images together, focus... and... voila, instant merge to HRD and or 3D rendering. i want to try this on some huge landscapes but it's not nice out today. i hate never getting a real sense of space in a vista ov the mountains. this may help.
    PS: this could give you a headache, but if you can focus the results are spectacular.

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    if you think this is cool i'd like to see what you guys can come up with. post them here.
     
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    Can no one do this?
     
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    Well, uhh... not really?

    Like... you cant focus with crossed eyes... atleast i cant.. so, its just a blurry glob of stuff.
     
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    hmm. that's disappointing. my sister can't either. when i do it, i get it completely crisp, the best detail of each exposure , and a totaly 3D true to life teapot. this is sad. i wish you could see it.
     
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    Sorry, I can't do it. I can cross my eyes so the pics merge, but I can't focus with crossed eyes. Well, you're right about one thing: It gave me a headache! :) I must say that the slightly blurred image that I can make out does looks good.
     
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    Holy crap.. I actually did it.. And i have no F'in clue how to explain how to do it... That was kinda surreal.


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    Like, i was able to cross my eyes to just about the right point then it just kinda locked into place.. then from there i could concentrate on the center image and it would come into focus.

    Its just like a stereograph though.
     
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    Success!!! it gets easier with practice. then you can actually examine the image and engoy it.
     
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    Yea, I dont think there is a way to explain how to do it.. lol.

    I couldnt do it on the 2nd one though.. no matter how hard i tried.
     
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    I too cannot focus when crossed :(
     
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    I tried to focus on a pen to cross my eyes... the images still didn't line up right.
     
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    pretty cool. I like the teapot the most. I messed with something like this a few years ago. Made a tripod mount to slide the camera over the distance between the eyes for each shot.

    You try anything with 3d sunglasses yet?

    Tip: Sometimes it helps to put your finger between the two shots and focus on it while moving it back toward your eyes until the two images make one in the center, then move your finger away.
     
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