Ben Slotover and Paul Elliott, aka Blunt Productions, shows how to make your own cheap 3D film. You'll need a straight flash bracket, two camera mounting screws, and of course - two cameras. Then use Adobe After Effects to merge the two videos together so you can get out those ...more
If you've ever taken a university course with an awesome professor, you're more than likely acquainted with the precious and all-glorious cheat sheet. Like the midterm, the professor usually allows a one-sided cheat sheet for the most important exam of the class—the dreaded fi ...more
Learn how to create a 3D anaglyph image (the kind of 3D image you see with 3D glasses) using Adobe Photoshop and a digital camera.
In this clip, we learn an easy technique for generating anaglyph 3D images in Adobe Photoshop CS5. It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this video can present a complete overview of the process in about two and a half minutes. For all of the details, take a look.
Here's a useful technique for any animator to be able to pick up - give your anaglyph animations a 3-D look. To replicate this, you will need Flash, After Effects and Photoshop, or programs that can accomplish similar animation tasks.
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Make your own 3D movie with this easy camera hack: record with two cameras simultaneously. Next, use video software to overlap the images, making it viewable through 3D glasses. Very clever (and cheap) concept by Ron and AmyJo Proctor. Check out their site for more details. T ...more
Rajo lays out a fairly basic primer on 3D film technology. Show of hands, who's going to Pirhana 3D this friday?
3D glasses are enjoying a renaissance right now, but the new ones are a far-cry from the red-and-blue affairs of your youth. Old-fashioned 2-color 3D pictures are called anaglyphs, and still have a very nostalgic appeal to many people. This video will show you how to make ster ...more