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06/24/2005 02:50:55 PM · #1
Got my 3D lens from loreo
Here is a test
Train your eyes first
Wobble pic (real big)
Give it a try
06/24/2005 03:02:25 PM · #2
I'm intrigued by the lens. I can view the 'Give It A Try' pic OK, but in reverse (inside-out). There are two methods of viewing these, so does the lens give you any options too?

Check out this thread.
06/24/2005 03:07:30 PM · #3
Actually the lens takes "parallel" pictures, I switched the L and R to make this a crosseyed one. I find crosseyed easier as you dont have to move your eyes in opposite as in parallel.

P.S. you should be like 6-12 in from your screen

Message edited by author 2005-06-24 15:10:30.
06/24/2005 03:12:08 PM · #4
Like I said, the technique is no problem but for me it's easier not to cross my eyes (less muscular effort). Most books like the Magic Eye range and stereograms use the technique I adopt for that reason. It's always best to upload both versions if you want everyone to see it properly.

How much did the lens cost - any links to other shots?
Edit: skylen - I agree - this method is more calming and one can view for much longer

Message edited by author 2005-06-24 15:15:38.
06/24/2005 03:14:16 PM · #5
I can't the dog image work for me. But I have trouble using the crosseyed technique, I find viewing stereo images with the 'looking through' method much more natural, you just have to relax your eyes and look as if looking at a great distance, so they both look straight ahead, not inward.
06/24/2005 03:15:05 PM · #6
Give this one a try:
Parallel
Parallel Tiny

Ill post some more pics later today, I just took a quick test :)

Message edited by author 2005-06-24 15:17:33.
06/24/2005 03:16:36 PM · #7
These shots are nice and crisp - impressive quality. What will you be using it for?
06/24/2005 03:16:40 PM · #8
Should have had a disclaimer on the images:

Caution:
Wearing bifocals and viewing these pictures
may cause one to feel stoned or fall down.
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06/24/2005 03:18:59 PM · #9
I tried the test thingy and proved to be somewhat difficult with my contacts...gas permeable lenses aren't very flexable.
06/24/2005 03:19:42 PM · #10
Originally posted by RebAl:

Give this one a try:
Parallel
Parallel Tiny

Ill post some more pics later today, I just took a quick test :)


Wow!!! Those are so detailed and three dimensional. Very cool, I can't wait to see some more 3d pics.
06/24/2005 03:20:08 PM · #11
Great. That gave me a headache.
06/24/2005 03:21:03 PM · #12
Originally posted by Kelliloo:

I tried the test thingy and proved to be somewhat difficult with my contacts...gas permeable lenses aren't very flexable.


Try the parallel images he posted. You just look straight ahead, as if you were looking into the distance, so each eye looks straight, the right eye then sees the right-hand image, the left eye sees the left-hand image.

It should work fine, you're not doing anything out of the ordinary with your eyes in this case.
06/24/2005 03:23:28 PM · #13
You mind taking a picture of this lens and/or telling me that make/number of it please.
06/24/2005 03:26:22 PM · #14
Originally posted by Gil P:

You mind taking a picture of this lens and/or telling me that make/number of it please.

Yes. Gil P has asked nicely. I have asked nicely. Failure to comply and deliver the requested information will result in harm to yourself, friends or family. Sorry, but you did post something interesting but we're becoming impatient.
: )
06/24/2005 03:36:48 PM · #15
I was just taking some pics for you guys,
The package Looks like something you would not want to open ala this
The lens
All the stuff I got
06/24/2005 04:12:05 PM · #16
Thanks!

How much did that lot cost? Any links to store?
06/24/2005 04:21:21 PM · #17
Get it Here direct, make sure if your using a DSLR that you get the T version (more expensive), It took a little over a week to get to NY from Hong Kong
06/24/2005 04:44:33 PM · #18
Another one
06/24/2005 05:07:51 PM · #19
Wow, that lens is too cool!

A trick I use to see in parallel is to make a vertical wall between my eyes with my hands. I find it makes it much easier for each eye to zero in on the proper image. I used to do the same thing with stereo airphotos when I was slogging through the bush on exploration programmes.

Thanks for the fun RebAl
06/24/2005 05:52:25 PM · #20
Should have kept quiet about getting it and entered a shot in a challenge just for shits & giggles.
"This photo has been validated" - voters eyes pop open!
LOL

Message edited by author 2005-06-24 17:52:40.
06/24/2005 05:59:19 PM · #21
oh my god i think i lost a contact lens up in my brain trying to focus!
06/24/2005 06:04:30 PM · #22
Originally posted by buzzmom:

oh my god i think i lost a contact lens up in my brain trying to focus!

Maybe that will help you focus your thoughts?
06/24/2005 06:06:41 PM · #23
Originally posted by Strikeslip:

Originally posted by buzzmom:

oh my god i think i lost a contact lens up in my brain trying to focus!

Maybe that will help you focus your thoughts?
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06/24/2005 11:01:02 PM · #24
No 3
06/25/2005 07:34:23 AM · #25
Coolio iglesias, these shots are fun to look at. How 'bout a bird?
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