jpsOneEye the highest quality HD stereoscopic expirience

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by Guest, Feb 19, 2009.

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    Guest Guest

    Just watched HD 16:9 3D wedding movie shot with two HD camcorders.
    I used dual 16:9 monitors, one set on the top of the other "above and
    below" mode. jpsOneEye configured for the vertical mode was able to
    accommodate the view angle at 3 feet. I was surprised to discover that
    it was so tolerant of my head movement giving perfect stereo fusion
    with 30 deg total of roll and 20 deg of yaw.
    Super sharp, ghost free without reduction of any image parameters
    this is possible the best and the same time the least expensive method
    of presenting High Definition 3D stereoscopic motion images.

    No, I did not use the Stereoscopic Player instead, I used my own one
    that will soon be a product for sale at my shop.

    Please let me know if there is a higher image quality method of
    viewing full HD 3D stereoscopic motion picture content.

    Mathew Orman

    http://www.tyrell-innovations-usa.com/
     
    Guest, Feb 19, 2009
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    Paul Furman Guest

    This is a 35mm still photography group, not motion picture... though the
    lines are blurring these days. Anyways there are some folks interested
    in 3D stills here. I can't make my eyes do that though!

    Have you seen the new 3D movies? Coraline is sort of a kids fantasy
    animation that uses 3D polarized glasses. Wow, it's really nice!
    If I'd kept the glasses from the theater, this clip supposedly works:
    http://marketsaw.blogspot.com/2008/02/coraline-3d-trailer-now-available.html


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    Paul Furman, Feb 20, 2009
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