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Panorama in 3D

Post by zap » Thu Oct 17, 2013 5:06 pm

Hi
Has anyone a hint hwo to do a 360 Tour with 3D effect
Either showing 3d elements inside the tour or that it would look like being really on the event.

Any links or hint appreciated.
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Post by 360Texas » Thu Oct 17, 2013 5:34 pm

There are some photographers that have created 3D panoramas by off-setting the RGB channel Red. I forget the name of this type of photography.
I do keep a pair of cardboard RED/BLUE glasses on my desk just for viewing them. It actually works.. using the red/blue glasses I do see a depth and rotation perception change while rotating them.

We do not see a lot of this type of panorama photography because.. it limits audiences to only those that have the red/blue glasses.
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Re: Panorama in 3D

Post by kris » Sat Oct 19, 2013 5:28 pm

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For 3D stereo photography first you need a rig fitted with two camera with a distance of 6cm between the lenses. take photos using it. then take the images from left & right camera and open in Photoshop. In Photoshop take the left & right images with the left image on top of the right image. now double click the left image layer, the layer blending palette opens, uncheck the red channel that's it you have your 3d image.
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Post by zap » Fri Oct 25, 2013 12:59 pm

Hi And thx for your comment already

to 360Texas
that's not exactly the type of 360° I had in mind.
I more hink of the real 3D you see in cinemas these days with a greyish glass to put on.

to kris
you have a final example of this to share ?
do I need the red glass in your example?
The 6cm might be an issue depending on the size of the rig, the lens width and how near I can installl them in practice.
Where do those 6 cm come from ?


I recently saw a camera for stereogopic photography will probably try with these ones knowing that I'll get a lot of images to stitch and overlay afterwards.?
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Looking forward to post you my experience and to hear more from you.

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Post by p.madaschi » Sun Oct 27, 2013 1:22 pm

HI Zap

did you see already this site?
http://www.dmmdh.nl/index_en.htm

Wim is considered one of the 3D nasters and made a lecture in Panotools Meeting in 2011:
http://www.panotools-meeting.com/sessio ... -and-ptgui

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Post by zap » Sun Oct 27, 2013 5:04 pm

Hi p.madaschi
Thx for pointing me in the right direction.

The amber/blue 3d's are what I'm looking for.
I checked a little more in depth and found a few interesting articles involving photoshop
http://www.andrewhazelden.com/blog/2012 ... photoshop/
http://browse.feedreader.com/c/Actions_ ... m/66767502
http://smashinghub.com/20-best-3d-photo ... dd-ons.htm

I'll give it a try in the next days and keep you posted
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Post by hum@no.id » Sun Oct 27, 2013 5:45 pm

I think that you do not get that with Photoshop.
Spherical texture to it, you need a seamless shift.
long time ago exist on the java-applet and deval-vr software solutions for stereo...
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Post by p.madaschi » Sun Oct 27, 2013 8:06 pm

Ok Zap.
Let us know if you succeed :-)
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Re: Panorama in 3D

Post by Chu » Fri Dec 06, 2013 2:48 am

zap wrote:Hi
Has anyone a hint hwo to do a 360 Tour with 3D effect
Either showing 3d elements inside the tour or that it would look like being really on the event.

Any links or hint appreciated.
Nice... :D
I've been researching papers and experimenting myself with this technique for some years now, and the only way that I have discovered to construct a full, stereoscopic 360 panorama is primarily to produce tiny stereoscopic slits of each eye's view (lenticular) - this has an inherent problem due to the fact that positioning the 'lenses' 6cm (64mm on average to be precise) apart is not enough to capture the whole binocular panorama when rotations are necessary for capture, plus it has to be really precise. The rotational aspect of the capturing lens will produce incorrect results when superimposing the two 'eye views' to make the anaglyph, the colour shift required for the anaglyph to function is inverted as you turn 180degrees.

I'm sure it can be done, but not without a lot of sweat and tears. And probably a few grand to invest in a specialist rig.

Two good phrases that I created to teach myself which way round the spectacles are worn is red on the left, as in left-wing (socialist), and the red shifts in the resulting anaglyph are incrementally further RIGHT to go to the BACK of the scene - right to the back.

Look forward to seeing what you make, here's a static render from one of my early experiments with a partial panorama.
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