Phereo Photo Player

Phereo Photo Player

Oct 16, 2012

Phereo webservice offers a nice way to share stereoscopic pictures to friends and embed them on other sites. This requires the original picture to be uploaded to the Phereo servers. But sometimes you might want to have a great 3d photo viewer on your website with original pictures being stored locally. In this case Phereo Photo Player is the solution. This way...

Phereoshop 1.6 released

Phereoshop 1.6 released

Jul 27, 2012

Last week Phereo rolled out a nice update to their proprietary software Phereoshop. This post will cover some of the new features, with screenshots and comments. Phereoshop is an application that covers three things: organizing collection of your offline 3d pictures, editing images (stereo align and colors correction), and finally uploading images to the...

Mastering video for YouTube 3D

Mastering video for YouTube 3D

Jan 9, 2012

I was curious enough to try out how YouTube 3D would handle my own 3D video. Recently YouTube added support for NVidia 3D Vision. This means that instead of watching 3d videos in terrible anaglyph mode, you can switch to the HTML5 3D and enjoy the video in its full resolution, colors and quality. Of course requirements are that you have an NVidia 3D Vision...

Stereo Camera in 3ds Max

Stereo Camera in 3ds Max

Aug 5, 2010

A developer from Autodesk called Louis Marcoux shares in his blog an extensive video tutorial on using stereo camera in 3ds Max. He is also kind enough to share his script for creating stereo camera objects. Videos contains lots of useful stereography related info, which should be interesting even for those who never used a 3ds Max. The script itself is...

How to watch stereo photos

How to watch stereo photos

Jul 23, 2010

First most asked question when people see the stereo camera rig is – “What in a hell is this thing?”. Second most asked question is – how to watch stereo photos?  Here is a brief article on ways of watching stereo content on your computer. There is no stereo viewing standard at the moment. Different monitors, different tv sets, glasses, no glasses, and...