Stereoscopic 3D video “Spring has Sprung”

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    • #46255
      Avatar3DMOVIEMAN
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      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3I9B0EPiB8

      Here is my latest 3D video “Spring has Sprung”

      You can see all the trees, flowers and plants around

      my home town blooming in beautiful three dimensions 😉

      Questions and comments are welcome.

    • #190867
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Sorry but all I am seeing is two videos side by side but no 3D effect at all. Is there a special type of 3D glasses needed to view this, I was wearing red/cyan glasses. Your avatar is fully 3D through my glasses but not your video.

    • #190868
      Avatardoublehamm
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      To view with glasses you need to view it on YouTube and use the 3D controls to match your glasses. I did just fine keeping it at this size and crossing my eyes. For those that think 3D is just a gimmick, this video does a pretty good job of showing how much information can be lost in 2D. BUT you have to shoot the 3D correctly, and none of that post production 3D creation crap. This is a great example of doing it right!

    • #190869
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Just watched it on youtube, excellent work. I watched some of your other clips as well, all very good work.

    • #190870
      Avatar3DMOVIEMAN
      Participant

      Thanks for the kind words doublehamm! You are correct viewers will have to watch on YouTube to get the YT3D player (I don’t know why it won’t embed in the forum)

      Thanks for watching Dave, glad you liked what you saw 😉

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