I just noticed that when I watched this video in Chrome (and only Chrome), that the video now has an option for 2D or 3D anaglyph (only 3D option).
I then disabled the HTML5 player to revert back to the Flash-based player and confirmed that the above was really appearing in the HTML5 player, not flash.
Unfortunately, this new HTML5 3D video capability appears solely in Chrome. It did not appear in Firefox, Opera or Internet Explorer when I tested each.
Having just watched The Martian (in 3D) at the theater today, it reaffirmed for us that we really like 3D! Let’s hope that Google is able to bring back more 3D viewing options to Youtube soon!
It has great applications for bootstrapping the 3-D design process.
Source: Adobe’s New App Turns 2-D Selfies Into 3-D Magic
A professional photographer switches to the Nikon 1 V2 system and ends up selling his D800. Here’s why and how he did that:
This article outlines some of the reasons why I love shooting with the Nikon 1 camera system
Source: why I love shooting with Nikon 1
I also shoot both the Nikon 1 V2 and the Lumix GH-n cameras. I like both formats a lot, and especially like the Nikon 1 as it enables me to travel with a tiny camera kit yet get great photos.
Family portraits, team pictures, and wedding photos. We’ve all taken them and put them in a frame or scrapbook. But now there’s a new way to make those pictures come to life.
Source: 3D Modeling Giving New Dimensions To Photography « CBS Minnesota