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    Default 3D photo software mentioned in today's edition of Straits Times

    chanced upon a small write-up in today's edition of Straits Times, inside the Life section. its a new 3D software for making 3D photos (doh...) . check it out at http://www.humaneyes.com

    interesting software... but can ONLY be used on macs! aiyah...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightwolf75
    chanced upon a small write-up in today's edition of Straits Times, inside the Life section. its a new 3D software for making 3D photos (doh...) . check it out at http://www.humaneyes.com

    interesting software... but can ONLY be used on macs! aiyah...

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmacs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt
    wah... early morning chanting ar...
    well, madmacs is a mac user after all!

    this software really looks interesting, and i read thru the specs. it seems to be designed for the pros/commerical shooters. look at the recommended cameras to be used on! d2h, d1x, 1ds etc... and MF digital backs!
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    sorry lah...couldn't resist...

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    The description sounds like similar to the 3D-PhotoPrint software that Canon includes in the software bundle for their inkjet printers. The software converts a normal photo into one that appears 3-D when put into a special lenticular photo-frame sold separately an as accessory pack (<$20). Works very well but limited to 4R size only.

    There is also a free 3D Papercraft download at their web-site to generate print-outs that could be folded into various 3D objects.
    http://bj.canon.co.jp/english/3D-papercraft/
    Cute !

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    search the whole website, no demo no nada...

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    it does look interesting...
    besides the fact that it only works on mac..
    it also requires a darn good printer to do the printing, and its quite exp right?

    haven went to e webby, but i did read e news, pricing on the papers looks exp to me...

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    so many big mac to buy..
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    I had a chance to use my friend's iBook last weekend and was really amazed by the good lcd this apple has.

    Too bad, it is way out of my budget to get one...

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