Monthly Archive: February 2013

A completely different way to shoot 3D with a DSLR or DSLM camera

A completely different way to shoot 3D with a DSLR or DSLM camera

A completely different way to shoot 3D. For the photo at left (red/cyan 3D anaglyph), I put the Canon SX1 into continuous shooting mode. I pressed the shutter and panned slowly to the right, firing off more than a dozen photos. For the photo at right, I did the same thing but this time I walked slowly from left to right....

Panasonics CMOS Sensor Enables to Take 3D Video With Single Lens

Panasonics CMOS Sensor Enables to Take 3D Video With Single Lens

Panasonic Corp developed a 2.1-Mpixel CMOS image sensor for camera systems capable of taking 3D movie with a single lens and announced it at ISSCC 2013 thesis number: 27.8.Traditionally, two lenses and two CMOS sensors are required to take 3D video. But Panasonic enabled to do it with a single lens and a CMOS image sensor. via Panasonics CMOS Sensor...

3D Printed “Sound” Amplifiers

3D Printed “Sound” Amplifiers

Believe it or not, these work great. They are acoustic chambers that focus the sound from an iPhone such that you can turn your iPhone into a nice “amplified” sound system without an amplifier. The company that designs and sells the acoustic chambers is Simply Amplified. They outsource the actual 3D printing to a 3D print service firm: http://www.growit3d.com/ These are...

Icicles hanging from moss and plant roots on rock face, in 3D

Icicles hanging from moss and plant roots on rock face, in 3D

  Photo taken with Canon SX1 IS Powershot using small spacing between left and right photos. Red/cyan 3D anaglyph.