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Anaglyph 3D Inspiration by Mark Ramsey

Anaglyph 3D Inspiration by Mark Ramsey

Anaglyph 3D is the name given to the stereoscopic 3D effect achieved by means of encoding each eye's image using filters of different (usually chromatically opposite) colors, typically red and cyan. Anaglyph 3D images contain two differently filtered colored images, one for each eye. When viewed through the "color-coded" "anaglyph glasses", each of the two images reaches one eye, revealing an integrated stereoscopic image. The visual cortex of the brain fuses this into perception of a three dimensional scene or composition. Via Wikipedia In this post we selected some really cool Anaglyph images from Mark Ramsey, a 41-year old guy with a Graphic Design degree, he says it's unused but the work you can see today here might prove him wrong. Zombie Playground 3-D conversion Future City 3-D conversion Neuron 3-D conversion Cool Cat 3-D conversion Don't Look Down! 3-D conversion Drawing Hands 3-D Valkyrie 3-D conversion The Avengers 3-D conversion Game of Life 3-D conversion Cobbled Wings 3-D conversion The Amazing Spiderman 3-D conversion Creatng a God 3-D conversion Nation Red 3-D conversion Zombie Horde 3-D conversion For more information visit http://mvramsey.deviantart.com/#

Stereoscopic 3D Videos Awesomeness

Like I promised to all of you yesterday, today is also 3D day! But differently from tomorrow, I felt the need for some movement. While stereographics are stills, stereoscopic has movement and man, I didn't think it would be this awesome. I spent almost 3 hours at YouTube finding the best of the best, and I think I've succeded. It got me totally by surprise, but YouTube actually has got 3D settings in its player, which is amazing cause you may watch your 3D videos however you like them. You may watch with your 3D glasses, or with pararel images or cross-eye also, and more. There are plenty options there (you may check instructions for this at the end of the post). These are so amazing that I'm totally making plans of getting a better PC for some sweet stereoscopic badass gaming experience. If you don't know what I'm talking about yet, just check these videos. You'll also be surprised. Like yesterday, here's an intro video for those who don't know how to see these in 3D. Another thing: embedding the videos caused a loss of 3D quality in some of them, so I've placed a link in the ones you should watch at YouTube for full experience. This is how you do it Flower blooming Watch this on YouTube for the full experience. Fireworks Symphony Big bird in slow motion 3D testing mix Watch it at YouTube for the full experience. 3D Motion Tokyo Mozilla Seabird Watch it at YouTube for the full experience. Resident Evil 5 Dirt 2 Watch it at YouTube for the full experience. Street Fighter IV Watch it at YouTube for the full experience. NBA 2K10 - Michael Jordan dunks on Shaq Watch it at YouTube for the full experience. Left4Dead 2 COD - Modern Warfare 2 Watch it at YouTube for the full experience. GTA IV Watch it at YouTube for the full experience. Instructions So, if after watching these you still think it's better to watch them with glasses, or if you didn't get to see these at all, here's some brief instructions on how to watch it at YouTube with your 3D glasses. 1. You should notice a 3D button right beside the quality button. Click on it. 2. All the possible options will pop-up. If you wonder what each one of these do, just try them out. But for the regular glasses view, you'll probably wanna use the first option: Red / Cyan Glasses: Full Color. So, this is it. I hope you have enjoyed these. I sure did and got really excited by it. Cheers! ;)

Stereoscopic 3D Effect with Anaglyph Images

Anaglyph images are used to provide a stereoscopic 3D effect, when viewed with 2 color glasses (each lens a chromatically opposite color, usually red and cyan). Images are made up of two color layers, superimposed, but offset with respect to each other to produce a depth effect. Usually the main subject is in the center, while the foreground and background are shifted laterally in opposite directions. The picture contains two differently filtered colored images, one for each eye. When viewed through the "color coded" "anaglyph glasses", they reveal an integrated stereoscopic image. The visual cortex of the brain fuses this into perception of a three dimensional scene or composition. (Wikipedia) Since the current trend for movies and other media is to re-invest in 3D technologies, I decided it would be interesting to show you a collection of various anaglyphs images. I hope you like them and do not forget to put your 3D glasses on, if you do not have one here has a post on how to make yours. gajdoslevente relu65 mikeinel carlzon zephyrbarta justgreg mfirat carlzon gray-macbook jkutianski derda20 petykes blackmago cheezy-mcbreezy billythebrain fauxquixote About the Author Hey buddies! I'm Marcos Torres, a 19 year old art director/freelancer from Brazil, I'm here to bring some new interesting stuff to you. You can see my portfolio at http://flickr.com/marcostorres. Any request or jobs opportunities send to marcostorres90@gmail.com, also follow me on twitter to get in touch with cool design news.