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  • […] Cross eye image used for a photo contest. neil.creek.name/blog/2008/05/11/project-3d-for-everyone-s… […]

    May 17, 2008
  • […] PROJECT: 3D For Everyone – Submissions Neil Creek Really great looking results so far on Neil’s 3D project. There’s still time left to participate — May 24th is the deadline. […]

    May 18, 2008
  • That’s great! I’m totally hooked. I got it figured out and my eyes do the 3D thing pretty easily now. FUN!

    May 23, 2008
  • I’m sorry, but does anyone else find the convergence on most of these images too great to be able to comfortably view them? I’m even using a high resolution setting on my graphics card to ensure the images appear fairly small in relative size, but some take up the whole monitor space and there’s no way I can get proper convergence for seeing them in 3D… Is there any resize or max size option available in the slideshow code to limit the dimensions for easier viewing? Many thanks…

    May 29, 2008
  • ZinY

    I also find difficult to converge when the size of stereo pair is big. So, I submitted a small size one. Later on, I found out that, in my Internet Explorer 7, I can zoom out using the button at the lower right corner.
    Now, I just only wanted to see if anyone else can see mine in 3D. i.e. count>0. ;)

    May 29, 2008
  • @carol browne: Congratulations, they’re a lot of fun aren’t they?

    @Adam & @ZinY: When I sit at arms length from my screen (about 75cm), and converge the widest of the images (max 900px wide), my eyes converge at a point at about 23cm from my eyes. This feels quite comfortable to me. May I ask what distance you were seated from your screens? If you are feeling that you need to converge too much, then perhaps sit back a bit further and see if that is more comfortable. I’m planning to update my “How to view” post with some tools that you might find useful, including some Firefox extension which can shrink or enlarge images, and one that will let you view an crossview image as parallel and vice versa.

    May 29, 2008
  • ZinY

    My usual distance is about 45cm. That could be the reason why.
    I will try to stay away from the screen.
    I appreciate your effort to get people see things in 3D.
    Thanks, Neil!

    May 29, 2008
  • […] closed, and voting is open (but only for a few days). So if you like 3D images, please head over to the contest page and vote for your favorite among the 42 images. Mine is number 7, but of course, please vote for […]

    May 29, 2008
  • Tracy

    I don’t where to vote, so I am voting here… my vote is for #36

    May 31, 2008
  • Amieeh

    i don’t know how to vote so i thought i’d write on here i vote for number 38! fantastic stuff.

    May 31, 2008
  • I felt that #10 was exceptionally good because of the beams of light! Very well done!

    June 01, 2008
  • Craig

    I have had quite a few freinds say they came to the site it shows results but does not allow them to vote.

    June 01, 2008
  • To the last few commenters, it seems likely that you arrived here after the close of the poll. That means that you unfortunately missed the opportunity to cast your vote. I’ll be posting the results soon (the judges have been very busy!).

    Sorry you missed out on this project, but I’ll be announcing the June project soon, so you’ll be able to participate and later vote on that one!

    June 06, 2008
  • […] sometimes quite unusual aspects of photography. One of the more recent topics he’s covered is 3D photography, something that has no appeal to me I must admit but it makes for interesting reading and an off […]

    June 11, 2008
  • Craig

    Actually they tried voting 2 days before it said it would end.
    Craig

    June 14, 2008
  • […] sure you check out the submissions Neil has had so far, there are some excellent 3D examples in the […]

    August 03, 2008
  • Hello there, oh, i just miss this contest :(
    Mr.Admin, where i can get that PIXI 3D Viewer? Also that Loreo 3D Lens, is it available in Malaysia?

    September 19, 2008

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