So, I was watching the Little Mermaid 3D and it was amazing! My most favorite childhood movie in 3D! I felt so nostalgic. The third dimension was good, but sometimes flat. Here, I’ve collected the scenes that looked the best, just for you! Enjoy! ;)
For the best results click in the images to expand them and be aware that it might need some time to view the effect better. You need Red and Cyan glasses.
“Now Repeat After Me….Mer-r-r-r-r-ry Christmas!” by Paul Taylor Via Flickr: 3D red cyan anaglyph of a hand-colored stereo card from the London Stereoscopic Company, circa 1856, courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art at: www.metmuseum.org
The title for this card on the Met webpage is “The Ghost in the Stereoscope.” The scene reminds me of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” published a dozen years before in 1843 - so exercising some artistic license and posting this 3D version as a Christmas view. -PT
Red/Cyan (not Red/Blue) glasses of the proper density must be used to view 3D effect without ghosting.
Description: Sensory axons (long, slender nerve fibers) covering the tail of a 3- day-old larval zebrafish. This “Brainbow” image was collected using confocal microscopy. In the Brainbow technique (Nature, 2007), cells randomly choose combinations of red, yellow and cyan fluorescent proteins, so that they each glow a particular color. This provides a way to distinguish neighboring cells of the nervous system and follow their pathways. Seventh Prize, 2009 Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition®.
Authors: Albert Pan and 2009 Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition®
Licensing: Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives: This image is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution, Non-Commercial, No Derivatives License
Wow, it sure has been a while! Here’s the deal: this has become my side project. As much as I love 3D I realized I needed a lot of work in other types of photography because I had hit a wall. That being said, I’m all about quality over quantity now, I posted NDK 2013 on the website. I should be posting some tumblr friendly wigglegrams sometime this week. Anything running flash (computers, etc.): http://ditto3d.com/gallery.php?id=12 3DS/anything that takes MPOs: http://ditto3d.com/3ds/gallery.php?id=12