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Saab anaglyph by capsat Saab anaglyph by capsat
Model by Dosch, textures modified by me.

Playing around with pyrocluster and some 3D goodness, better grab your 3d glasses

Cinema 4D :)
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stefmixo Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2010  Professional Photographer
Woaow, one of the best anaglyph I've seen in a long time, perfect amount of depth, great depth position (all behind the screen), no flickering colors, only a small ghosting. Great job !
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runecarve Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2009
my glasses were at the ready! wonderful 3D!
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capsat Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2009
glad you like it :)
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Doublecrash Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2009
now, on second thought... not having 3D glasses and being so curious... when you plan on doing a stereoscopic image like this, can you make the render see-able in both ways, or you have to make a choice between one method and the other?
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capsat Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2009
To create the stereoscopic image you need to render two images so I can upload only one of the renders. There is also a technique were you can see the image without 3D glasses, you have to have both images side by side and then cross your eyes, but it's difficult and creates some eye strain. I'll try to see if it works.
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Doublecrash Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2009
Thanks for the explanation. I read wonders about stereoscopics in the last 3DWorld mag, so I was really curious. Have to explore the possibilities in XSI too.
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capsat Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2009
Actually I decided to give it a shot thanks to that article :)

Regardless of the application all you need is two cameras, one for the left "eye" and one for the right one. They shouldn't be two far from each other and they can have a little rotation so that they converge at the target object. Once you have the two renders you can use one image for the red channel and one for the green one in Photoshop. If you have After effects there's a preset (included) that makes it automatically.
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Doublecrash Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2009
Thanks for the points-up. I don't have AE, but the XSI built-in compositor can do the same thing. It's sure worth a try. I will use 3DWorld article as a starting point.

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capsat Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2009
I'd love to see your result, if you can't figure out the compositing part I'll be happy to do it for you, if you send me the renders :)
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Doublecrash Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2009
I'm working on an interior right now, I think I will use a Dosch car myself, just to focus on the stereo-process.

Thanks, I will sure ask if I get stuck. :handshake:
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Doublecrash Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2009
stereoscopics!

It's the future :nod:
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