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Tag Archives: 3D
Make Your Own 3-D Camera!
I was checking out the latest copy of Photo-Era Magazine (the latest I own, anyway) – dated April, 1929 – here’s the cover: It’s chock full of interesting articles on photography – and ads for the latest cameras, including this … Continue reading
Posted in Random Thoughts, Observations and Weird Stuff, Tips and Tricks, Vintage cameras Tagged 3-D, 3D, hawk-eye, Kodak, No. 2, photo-era, stereoscopic, vintage magazine 1 Comment
Hack Your Brain: Mrs. McKinley in 3D
I have an old Holmes stereoscope that dates from around 1900 or so. What’s a stereoscope? It’s a device that allowed you to look at two side-by-side photographs in such a way that the image appeared to be in 3 … Continue reading
Immersive Video – the Next Big Thing?
3-D video is so 2009. Now that virtually anyone with a couple of cameras (or a YouTube account) is capable of producing relatively decent 3-D videos, people are already starting to look for the Next Big Thing. I think it’s … Continue reading
Posted in Random Thoughts, Observations and Weird Stuff Tagged 360, 3D, ball camera, Condition One, GoPano micro, immersive, technology, video Leave a comment
The Parallax Experiment
Given that the current hot topic in home videography is “home 3-D movies” (both camcorders and screens to view them) I thought it would be appropriate to attempt making some 3-D on the “cheap.” Really cheap. I got the idea … Continue reading
Posted in Video Editing, Video Effects Tagged 3-D, 3D, effect, motion, parallax 2 Comments