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Posted: 26 Sep 18, 12:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I have a copy of the Bohemian Rhapsody promo video (interlaced) which is labelled ''3D field sequential Depthmap''.
Does anyone know what equipment is needed to view it properly?

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Posted: 26 Sep 18, 15:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The Fairy King wrote:
I'm saying it's not real 3D, unless it's made with the proper instruments. Taking a "2D" picture or video and turn it 3D with some trickery doesn't make it 3D. Simple as that. :D

I could argue that even if it's "filmed in 3D", it's still not "real 3D".
A cinema screen is flat and two dimensional, and glasses are required to complete the "illusion" or "trickery".
I'm not saying the result isn't better, because I already said it is.
At the end of the day it's still a 3D "effect" though.

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Posted: 27 Sep 18, 01:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The Fairy King wrote:

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Chopin1995 wrote:

^This looks nice! The photo of Freddie doesn't work because both of the sides look to be taken from the same angle. your photo works perfectly well.


Pretty much my point.


Not really.
The first post you replied to concerned video, which can be manipulated to give a 3d effect (as already discussed).
There is also software out there which claims to do the same with a single 2d image, quite a different matter.
Are you saying the technology does not exist?


I'm saying it's not real 3D, unless it's made with the proper instruments. Taking a "2D" picture or video and turn it 3D with some trickery doesn't make it 3D. Simple as that. :D


At least home made. But then there is Hollywood, but i never went to see any converted 3D movies. New ones or re-releases like Titanic or Jurassic Park.

As for the method used on the Queen Budapest video, it's the same as this. But it works far better on this kind of shots





With fixed camera shots, i really think people shouln'd bother converting it using the same method.


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Posted: 27 Sep 18, 07:01 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

But it's not the same method, the Budapest clip in post #1 is SBS?
I viewed the Pink Floyd film with my nvidia anaglyph (red/cyan blue) glasses, it's not a bad effort and looks quite good in some parts.

There are other types of anaglyph 3D glasses, I have some Nuoptix ones that work great with this 3D Doctor Who 1993 BBC special "Dimensions In Time".
The beauty of this video is that it also looks fine in 2D without any glasses.


I also have some ColorCode (amber/blue) 3D glasses (issued by channel 4 in the UK) they worked quite well with their 3D broadcasts.


I finally got the Budapest film to play in SBS by using an ANDROID phone and my cardboard viewer.
It does have a slight 3D effect, but the aspect ratio is all wrong.
Weirdly the Microsoft phone I originally used corrected the aspect ratio by converting it to a single image, but in doing so removed the SBS.
The Bo Rhap video still has me a bit stumped though, what system is that using?

How to choose your anaglyph 3D glasses:
http://convert-to-3d.com/blog/how_to_choose_anaglyph_3d_glasses_%20handy_color_type_comparison.html

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Posted: 28 Sep 18, 08:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I converted the SBS image I created and I'm quite pleased how my Avometer model 7 from 1948 looks in red/cyan anaglyph.
I have just discovered the exact same model appears in the first episode of the new Doctor Who series - spooky!





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Posted: 28 Sep 18, 18:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I remember when the Doctor who one aired, you could make your own glasses by remove a lense from a pair of sunglasses.

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Posted: 29 Sep 18, 09:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

emrabt wrote:

I remember when the Doctor who one aired, you could make your own glasses by remove a lense from a pair of sunglasses.

That doesn't work nearly as well as the proper Nuoptix glasses though.

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Posted: 29 Oct 18, 16:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I have just watched the NASA IMAX film on the Hubble telecope in red/cyan anaglyph, and it looks pretty impressive.

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Posted: 29 Oct 18, 23:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Another Queen related red/cyan anaglyph:



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Posted: 05 Nov 18, 12:39 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

This one looks great using my nvidia discover (red/cyan blue) glasses.