- ... A few people have asked this so I added a rough explanation to the (More info) section of this video. http://www.youtube. com/watch? v=Mb9ycshgPKc ...Message 1 of 6 , May 7, 2008View Source
James G Watt ha scritto:
> How did you do the anaglyphic videos?
A few people have asked this so I added a rough explanation to the
'(More info)' section of this video.
http://www.youtube. com/watch? v=Mb9ycshgPKc
> Do you have TWO cameras?
If you've got any more questions I'll be happy to talk about it in more
detail but perhaps you'd better email me as this is probably a bit OT.
I'd love to see more BEAM stuff in 3D.
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The problem is that most of us don't have 2 cameras.
I know how to make anaglyphic photos (or other stereo pairs
as well) by using only one camera.
It works by slightly moving your balance from a leg to the other.
Then, you process the photos with a software to make an anaglyph.
So maybe, the most 3D stuff you can expect from us is photos.
An interesting idea, though.
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