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Wednesday, 9 March 2011

3D anaglyph movie maker software free download

ANAGLYPH:

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Anaglyph is a type of stereo 3D image created from two photographs taken approximately 2.5 inches apart, the center distance typically between human eyes. The Red color field of the left photo is combined with that of the right photo in such a way as to create the illusion of depth. In America usually the RED, BLUE lens glasses are worn to view the effect, in Europe the RED, GREEN combination is common.Anaglyph is a type of stereo 3D image created from two photographs taken approximately 2.5 inches apart, the center distance typically between human eyes. The Red color field of the left photo is combined with that of the right photo in such a way as to create the illusion of depth. In America usually the RED, BLUE lens glasses are worn to view the effect, in Europe the RED, GREEN combination is common.



VIEWING

Viewing an anaglyph 3D stereo image is easy. All you need is a Red filter over your left eye and a Blue, or Green, or Cyan filter over the right eye. Any of these will work to view the 3D effect, but for viewing full color anaglyphs, the Red/Cyan combination is best. Now, once you have the filters over your eyes, just relax and allow yourself time to get into the picture. Your eyes will cross slightly as the image comes into 3D focus. The 3D effect only works on the horizontal plane, so moving your head from side to side will aid in seeing deeper into the image and turning off the lights in your computer room will help a bit too.

There are many different types of glasses now available for viewing anaglyphs, from the inexpensive cardboard types, to the best I've tried and the kind I wear regularly, Anachrome. These new glasses are definitely worth the money, and there are many stereoscopic 3D websites on the internet with stereo images you can see for free, along with many posters and comic books on the market.

The cardboard glasses with Red/Cyan lenses work very well and I would suggest you pay a little more money when you buy yours and get the heavy cardboard type. They will last much longer and you will be out maybe a dollar or two more for these. I compared the anaglyphic glasses supplied with the SPY KIDS DVD and they work well for viewing online 3D images. They have a darker shade of Red and Cyan filters compared to my other cardboard 3-D Specs in fact the darker filters provide a similar view experience as the Anachrome glasses sans the large lens area and heavy plastic frames.

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