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Stereoscopic 3D Tour

Post by malaga360VR » Fri Jul 29, 2016 6:26 pm

Hello

I will like to know how should I have to make the initial shots to have 2 equiretangular images to start the " game " .

I will like to shot with two cameras - lens, but its hard to find information about accessories.

Actually I am using as lens and 10,5 mm 2.8 Nikon on a S5 pro Fuji

Any information you can give is much appreciated.

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Re: Stereoscopic 3D Tour

Post by malaga360VR » Sun Aug 07, 2016 2:26 pm

Looks like nobody is interested :oops:

I have found recently this nodal ninja accessory

https://panosociety.com/products/compac ... stereo-rig

I think could be useful , but I don't have any experience on stereo .....


Does anybody has tried to do some Stereoscopic Panos like here in krpano web ? http://krpano.com/stereo3d/#panoexamples

But with Pano2VR ?


Any comments are much appreciated

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Re: Stereoscopic 3D Tour

Post by Sniperz » Sun Aug 07, 2016 4:19 pm

here is the stereoscopic made by 2VR:http://ggnome.com/samples/pano2vr_5/karel/ and in the Docs "HTML5" has the tutorial,but how to shoot is what i am also seeking.

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Re: Stereoscopic 3D Tour

Post by Hopki » Tue Aug 09, 2016 1:19 pm

HI,
Here is my attempts, good fun: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=10183
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Re: Stereoscopic 3D Tour

Post by PeterE » Thu Aug 11, 2016 6:27 pm

Hi,
I'm a professional 3D photographer and use my own build 3D cameraset based on the Sony Nex5N.
To make good stereoscopic images you need 2 synced cameras. This is very important when you shoot moving things or if your subject or anything else in the frame is moving even very slowly. You'll need synced cameras otherwise you'll get some disturbance in your final view (and a headache ;) )
However, making a 3D pano with 2 cameras is also new for me, but I'll test it soon.. ;)

Best regards and good luck!
Peter

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Re: Stereoscopic 3D Tour

Post by Howard » Sat Aug 13, 2016 7:49 am

We recently acquired on of these: the Ainsworth "CAVEcam3" which consists of a synchronized two-camera mount, installed on a motorized GigaPan platform.

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Re: Stereoscopic 3D Tour

Post by malaga360VR » Tue Aug 30, 2016 7:16 pm

PEngelen wrote:Hi,
I'm a professional 3D photographer and use my own build 3D cameraset based on the Sony Nex5N.
To make good stereoscopic images you need 2 synced cameras. This is very important when you shoot moving things or if your subject or anything else in the frame is moving even very slowly. You'll need synced cameras otherwise you'll get some disturbance in your final view (and a headache ;) )
However, making a 3D pano with 2 cameras is also new for me, but I'll test it soon.. ;)

Best regards and good luck!
Peter
I have seen some tutorials about using one camera, I have searched tutorials about trying to do stereoscopic with 2 cameras to avoid capture errors and waste of time-shoots ( 1 camera need about 50 per node , also depends about the lens used on it ).

Sure I need to look for it deeper , but maybe I have luck if I ask for a link in this forum ;).

Thanks for info

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