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#1276178 - 10/09/2014 23:32 A simple 3 dimensional picture
Ice Offline
Cloud Gazer

Registered: 09/09/2014
Posts: 6
I saw further down a post about 3 d photos, well here is one. No special camera required. any camera can do it, and no equipment is required to view it.

How to view. Cross your eyes and you will see 3 pictures, concentrate on the centre one and they will fuse into one picture, may take a little practice for some.
Let me know if you can see it or not.

3d pictures are not new, they have been around since the 1800s

Edited by Ice (10/09/2014 23:37)

#1276197 - 11/09/2014 08:58 Re: A simple 3 dimensional picture [Re: Ice]
DaveM Offline
Meteorological Motor Mouth

Registered: 21/05/2001
Posts: 9941
Loc: Bathurst NSW about 700 m asl
Nice, it's amazing how sharp it can look.

I used to love those "Magic eye" 3 d books. smile

#1276212 - 11/09/2014 10:48 Re: A simple 3 dimensional picture [Re: DaveM]
Ice Offline
Cloud Gazer

Registered: 09/09/2014
Posts: 6
The reason the pictures look so clear is because the fusing of the two pictures gives you twice the amount of pixels.

Incidentally, there is no point in trying to make a 3d picture with 2 identical pictures.

#1276236 - 11/09/2014 17:17 Re: A simple 3 dimensional picture [Re: Ice]
Nerd65 Offline
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Registered: 30/01/2011
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Loc: Cranbrook, Townsville
When we were kids my sister had a "View Finder" toy which was a device for looking at various 3D scenes stored on a rotable disc. The offset images were 180 degrees apart on the disc. The 3D effect was oustanding.
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