Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

New Stereo 3D Anaglyph Examples

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Due to the popularity of my recent articles, posts and live training events, featuring the 3D Stereo capabilities of Adobe Photoshop CS4, I’ve decided to post a couple more examples so you can view with your Red/Cyan 3D glasses! (if you don’t have any, please see details below examples on how to get your Free glasses!)

Enjoy!


3D Stereo Anaglyph Coke Can Animation – Photoshop CS4 from Jeff Foster on Vimeo.


3D Stereo Anaglyph Model Animation – Photoshop CS4 from Jeff Foster on Vimeo.


3D Stereographic Donut Animation – Photoshop CS4 from Jeff Foster on Vimeo.

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Send me a self addressed stamped envelope (letter sized) and I will send you a pair!
(one pair per request)

Jeff Foster
PO Box 187
Ojai, CA 93024

Comments

3 Responses to “New Stereo 3D Anaglyph Examples”
  1. Jason says:

    How about rendering these out as stereo pairs for YouTube?

    They now support multiple, viewer-selectable types of viewing (cross-eyed, parallel, active glasses, anaglyph…), from a single video pair.

    I’ll be sending in for my free pair of Red/Cyan glasses (and thank you!), because so many people use them to post their examples. But I prefer cross-eyed free viewing, since anaglyph messes with the image colors.

  2. Jeff says:

    Thanks for posting Jason –

    I might follow-up with stereo pairs some day, but the reason I went with anaglyph is obvious, in that: a) the delivery of anaglyph to the masses is much more approachable, b) very few people can view in cross/parallel view, and c) Photoshop CS4 only renders the 3D models in stereo anaglyph mode – not in stereo pairs.

    Cheers,
    Jeff

  3. Naida says:

    cool

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