Hi guys. I made a 3D render of a 3D character i did for work a while back, to give you an idea how the 3DS will work. I've seen questions about "will it just pop out" etc... Hence this topic, if you're interested, take a look:
make sure you copy the entire link in your browser (it's from a facebook account which obviously, i'm not gonna share, lol) so sorry for the long link.
Now place a sheet of paper between the characters on one end and in between your eyes on the other. You can make two paper rolls as well if you like, you just have to make sure your right eye sees the character on the right, and your left eye sees the character on the left.
Keep in mind your eyes will need some time to adjust, possibly up to half a minute (even after they collide, it takes a couple of seconds before you really start to experience it). The length of the piece of paper may vary, depending on the resolution of your monitor. For me, it worked with a regular sized piece of paper (A4) but the short end, being 21 cm or about 8 inches (if i'm correct).
The effect isn't huge, maybe i can make an other one if i have more time with more stuff in the background and foreground, and the camera angles further apart. But anyway, this might be cool for those of you who are interested. Give it a try.
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Wow, I saw it! What I did was close my left eye and used one hand to cover the left picture, then shut my right eye and covered right picture with my other hand, then opened both eyes and focused on the image. Pretty neat TC...
I used to make pen drawings with that 3D effect. I'd draw objects from one angle, then a few inches to the side I'd draw the same object at a slightly different angle. The Magic Eye books got me into it that whole craze (and trained my eyes).
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