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Thread: My green house in 3d  NOW EASIER

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    It can be easier if you put a piece of cardboard down the center and then upto your nose. We did this with airphotos at school.
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    Gawd, that is a different style. It wouldn't work with this set up. With this set up, the right view is put on the left and the left on the right. When you cross your eyes, your right looks at the right picture (on the left) and the left eye at the left photo (on the right) The style you are talking about is called parallel viewing. or when you look at infinity instead of crossing your eyes. in this the right is on the right and left on the left)
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    can't do it, you have a nice greenhouse thouhg
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    Ohhhhhhhhh, pain! I tried it every imaginable way and I think my eyes were stuck in the middle and about ready to fall out of my head.

    Here's a no fail approach to seeing a 3d image...
    Size his double image to that of the stereo cards of the Victorian era. Now print it off. Now cut out the images and sticky glue them to a piece of cardboard. Pop that in your handy dandy stereo viewer and voila! It works. Guess what we collect over here? Yup, antiques.

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    Gahhh! Can't do it. Do you think it matteres that I'm a lefty and therefore tend to use my left eye to focus instead of my right?[img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]
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    That's really cool! The smaller images are much easier to focus quickly, but I managed at about 2' with the larger ones. Thanks for sharing!

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    How did you do that? Just move the camera a bit after taking the first picture?

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    It works! I made one of my lovely computer area, complete with 1980's surge protector that "still works just fine" according to mom. I hate my mom.


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