Non-TF: First attempt @ 3D picture

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  1. galvascream

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    Took two pictures and put them side by side in photoshop then uploaded it to youtube and took a screenshot. Comments welcome.
     

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    Thats pretty neat, though I've no 3d glasses to get the effect, wish I did now. Hard to do? Will you try it with some figures?
     
  3. galvascream

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    I might do one with figures, maybe.
     
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    In order to view properly, wear 3-d glasses backwards
     
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    cool, my mates are off to the cinema tonight, I'll ask them to steal some glasses for me and have a look see.
     
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    you know that only the red & blue ones work with this, right? I don't know what movie uses those anymore.
     
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    Pretty cool! Does indeed work with the colors 'backwards' (so maybe you should switch what color is what picture next time). Does look like the background is too much of a difference..maybe the two shots are a bit too far away from each other?

    For a first try really nice!
     
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    Did the same thing, but I used my iphone for this, there's a cool app called iPeachy3D (it's free). Here's the result..

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    You know the best part about this 3d picture? You can actually see your 3d reflection in the monitor screen! Awesome!!
     

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