Monthly Archive: November 2012

i3DSteroid Stereoscopic 3D Photo App

I just bought the iPad version (there is an iPhone version too) – hey, it works! i3DSteroid is a Stereoscopic 3D Photo App for iPhone and iPod touch – 3D Vision Blog. Unlike many 3D apps, this one includes automatic and manual image alignment. You can pull photos out of your photo gallery, both MPO and independent stereo pairs. Once done...

Another 3D image to poke your eyes out

This was taken using a single Lumix GH-2 camera and moving the camera less than an inch between the left and right shots. The two images were combined using Stereo Photo Maker. The alignment was so good that I did not really need to adjust anything except for a tiny rotation. Issues:  We live far north and it is very...

Yet another claim that 3D is dead and dying

Based on these developments alone, consumers might think that the 3D trend is alive and well. In reality, the format has yet to take off. Consumers were not persuaded to trade in their televisions, buy new cameras or new game consoles. They did not buy into 3D smartphones either. via The 3D Trend Fails…Again – NASDAQ.com. Where do we “trade...

Wide base 3D photo of river side

This is a wide stereoscopic base 3D photo taken using a single Canon SX 1 IS camera in automatic mode/jpeg output. The shot was taken by snapping the left image and the moving the camera to the right – I did not record how far I moved. However, far enough! As you can see with your red/cyan glasses on, this...

3D Stereo Images and Photos | Phereo

3D Photo organizer, online 3D photo galleries, 3D editing software, upload capabilities: 3D Stereo Images and Photos | Phereo. Software to process 3D images – free version (with watermarked Phereo logo on images) and Pro version ($24.99). Phereo is apparently based in Moscow, Russia. There are some good ideas here – 3D editing, photo albums, and upload all in one, for...