1. superkidmax

    OP superkidmax Advanced Member
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    I snipped a picture from the Nintendo website and edited in paint to 3D-ify it. To view, cross your eyes until the 2 3DSs overlap and wait for the image to clear. The 3DS will appear to pop out.
    This makes me feel like my screen is a window and i can reach in and grab the 3DS.... if only I had one [​IMG]
    well, here you go.
    [​IMG]


    now isn't that great!
    edit: WOAH, since when did GBAtemp get a new photo viewer? o.0
     
  2. spiritofcat

    spiritofcat GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    Nice idea, but I think you may have missed a step in your conversion process.
    This appears to be two identical images, which when cross-eye viewed result in just a flat image.
     
  3. superkidmax

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    Well, the stylus (sort of) pops out a little. I just did this in 5 seconds in MS Paint, so thats why its so noobish.
     
  4. Snailface

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    I suspect that a 3D Fuji camera will be necessary to do this correctly. Two 3DS's would also be possible, but the image would be low-res and grainy.
     
  5. superkidmax

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    waaaahhh. its just a fan image... >.
     
  6. spiritofcat

    spiritofcat GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    There are ways of making a 3D stereo image from a single picture like this in Photoshop or GIMP with the use of a displacement map but it generally doesn't look as good as a real 3D photo.
     
  7. superkidmax

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    i meant edit by doubling it.
     
  8. Donald Serrot

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    I made this in GIMP earlier. I didn't use displacement, just shifted the stuff over a bit. It's a really simple picture so it was a simple edit. If it helps at all you have to shift stuff over ALLOT to get a 3D effect, not just a little. If you don't move it enough you get an almost nonexistent effect.
    [​IMG]
    The wobble shows just how far apart stuff needs to be.
     
  9. spiritofcat

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    Yeah, just doubling it isn't going to make it 3D. You actually have to change the perspective so that each image seems to look at the object from a different angle.
     
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