3d Glasses

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  • I was playing around with the 3d box and using layers and effects and came up with this:

    You need to look at it with something like this:

    <img src="http://www1.istockphoto.com/file_thumbview_approve/1038097/2/istockphoto_1038097_3d_glasses.jpg">

    I got mine years ago when I went with some mates to see Spykid 3d

    But I dont know if the SpyKid 3d glasses follow the standards of 3d glasses..anyway the image above looks correct when viewed through my glasses on my laptop screen, so I'm wondering if anyone else has 3d glasses and wether it looks correct. (if you close the left eye, you see one image, if you close the right eye, you see the other...if the colours dont work right you see a more blury picture)

  • Works for me! My 3d glasses are similar to the spykids ones (except mine are from Shark Boy and Lava Girl) but I think they follow the same design as "standard" 3d glasses.

    Also, can you release the .cap to show how you did it?

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  • I made some 3D anaglyph's myself a week or so ago... using my camera in my new phone, and a bit of photoshop... not bad for a first attempt IMO, but I'm learning how to take the two photographs a bit better now.

    Here are some examples of random crap I was practicing on:

    <img src="http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y46/soldjahboy/Photos/3dmouse.jpg">

    <img src="http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y46/soldjahboy/Photos/3dashtray.jpg">

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