Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Where to find 3D movies?

So now you’ve got your 3D monitor or your 3D TV, but what can you watch in stereoscopic 3D? Well if you look there are a lot of places where you can find it. The internet is full of places where you can watch 3D movies or look at 3D pictures. Some are for use with 3D monitors and passive glasses, and some are anaglyph. It’s fun trying both!
Try Miracube for some samples that are coming soon. They are in the side by side format and are free to watch!
Another source is YouTube. I know you probably only watch 2D videos on YouTube but they also have stereo 3D videos as well.
If you have a few bucks to spend, then Amazon has 3D movies on DVD and CD for sale. New or used, there is a big selection. Especially good if you like scary movies in 3D!
One of the best places to go is Google Videos. It’s funny because this is one of the last places I thought of and I don’t know why. Google Videos is fun and easy to browse and watch a wide variety of stereoscopic 3D videos.
The next site has a wide selection of videos. 3D Movies .com has page after page for you to visit.
Where do you like to go for 3D movies?

Monday, October 26, 2009

Autostereoscopic 3D: No Glasses but still 3D

In the business people are often talking about stereoscopic and autostereoscopic but what do they mean?
Stereoscopic is a 3D picture or movie that has two points of view. You see them in stereo giving you the 3D effect. When you put on the glasses, they filter the images so each eye only sees one picture. That allows you to see 3D. This is often used for 3D movies and 3D computer games, but can also be applied to many professional areas like design, medical/bio, GIS and product presentation. Now you can work with 3D on the job and then go home and watch it on your 3D TV or 3D monitor.
As for Autostereoscopic, it is similar to stereoscopic 3D but you can see the 3D effect without wearing the glasses. With this kind of 3D, there may be two points of view or multiple points of view. There are different ways of making these displays such as the parallax barrier and lenticular lenses.

To know more about the parallax barrier, visit the site below:

Monday, October 19, 2009

New!! A 3D Camera is on the Market

FujiFilm has a new camera on the market and I do mean new!
Now for better or for worse you get to see your familily and friends jump out of the pictures right at you! Their new camera is capable of taking 3D pictures. But watch out! Now there are two lenses instead of one, so your fingers have even more chances of being in the picture.
But now you are wondering where you can see these 3D pictures after taking them, and that’s a good question.
You can read more at:
FujiFilm Website – Everything you need to know about their 3D camera.
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Sunday, October 18, 2009

How to Make 3D Pictures

Taking 3D pictures can be very easy to do these days. You can either buy a 3D camera to take 3D pictures very easily, or you can use a regular 2D camera to take 3D pictures. To use a regular camera will take some extra effort but can still look very good.
First, take a picture of the desired object, person or scene. Now move your camera about 6.5 cm to the right and take a second picture to the right and take a second picture of the same object. Make sure that the height and angle remains the same. Next, copy the pictures onto your computer. Use a 3D image tool to merge the two pictures into one single image. This can be tricky and you should take time to choose the right software for you. Otherwise you might spend too much and the quality of your 3D photo might not be good.
Also, you should choose what 3D type you prefer for your image: side-by-side, or top-bottom. Save and enjoy your wonderful 3D image.

Just follow the link below to learn how to do it:

3D Photography at Miracube

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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Miracube at KES

Come and see Miracube 3D displays at KES. It’s from the 13th to the 16th of October. It will be at Kintex located in Gyeonggi-do, Korea.

The full address is: Daehwa-dong Ilsan-seogu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea.

We have a whopping 10 booths from 1170~1179. At the booth you can see a variety of our displays with a variety of products and solutions using our 3D displays.

3D Movie Review - Final Destination

Check out Final Destination
The ultimate horror movie is now in 3D.
Reviews Below

I loved this movie. The 3D effects really added to the experience.