Anyone tried making cross-eyed 3D images like these?


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KY1977

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Makes me feel dizzy after pah jiao for a while. :confused:
 

nerdie

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I dont catch a ball? Cant see anything - despite reading "how to see 3D images". All I saw just 2 almost the same images...

Can someone guide?
sit about one arm's length, at about head level
then slowly cross your eyes until the 2 images merge..
then once your eyes are adjusted to the new 'focal' point, WHOA, it's really 3D. then relax and enjoy!

PS: first time very hard, after that it gets easy..
 

Zeddy

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I saw this at the Da Vinci exhibition. Quite cool.
 

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A caution text from Fujifilm website:

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"If you experience fatigue or discomfort while viewing 3D images, cease use immediately. A ten-minute break is recommended about once every half hour. Switch to 2D immediately if 3D images still appear double after you have adjusted parallax. Individuals with a history of photosensitive epilepsy or heart disease or who are unwell or suffering from fatigue, insomnia, or the affects of alcohol should refrain from viewing 3D images. 2D display is also recommended for young children (up to the age of about six) whose visual system is still maturing and for individuals with notable differences in vision between their two eyes, who may find it difficult or impossible to observe the 3D effect. Viewing 3D images while in motion may cause fatigue or discomfort."
 

swhyge

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I have tried before, and even bought the RRS long bar for this purpose.

Mixed success - dun noe why (BTW, I am lucky to be one of those who have no problem see this type of 3D thingy)

I given up: once the novelty is over - it is boring and troublesome to do with one camera. Maybe when the fuji one come out, i may try again.
 

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