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Old Aug 24, 2009, 3:31 PM   #1
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Default 3D with G1/GH1

Bei den 3D Verfahren gibts ne Unmenge, gut, schlechte, ganz miese. Einfach ausprobieren - eine Brille kostet je
nach Ausführung € 0.50 bis € 2.50, das Kartonzeuchs selten über 1 € oder 1.5 €.



Unschlagbar ist der Zalman 22" 3D Monitor für € 170 mit 2 feschen Polarisationsbrillen und dem Stereoscopic Player
- Brillen & Player kosten alleine schon € 65, also bleiben für den 22" TFT Spezialmonitor und diverse Kabel runde 100 Euronen!
3D Bilder kann man mit Polarisationsbrillen auf so einem Interlaced-Monitor angucken (die kosten sonst je
nach Grösse 800-8.000 €). Auf einem NormaloMonitor mit Prismenbrillen, entweder die beiden stereoskopischen
Bilder nebeneinander oder übereinander. Letztere Methode ist die angenehmere, bessere. Die Brillenprismen
projizieren das richtige Bild ins richtige Auge - der 3D Effekt kömmt!
Was für Bilder/Fotos gesagt wurde, gilt natürlich auch für Filme/Video.



Ich habe mit meiner GH1 ein paar Blumenaufnahmen gemacht, wer will kann sie anschauen oder alles
mögliche 3D-ige daraus machen, downloaden kann man sie (45 MB, 5x 2 Bilder L/R) im Original (4352x2448) von

5x 2 left/right pictures with GH1/14-140, original size 4352x2448, 45 MB

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=PKDG23B0


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Old Aug 24, 2009, 6:26 PM   #2
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I can't read German, so I've put that through Google language tools:

There are a lot of 3D process types, good, bad, very bad. Simply try it - a pair of glasses costs depending on the version € 0.50 to € 2.50, the cardboard stuff rarely more than 1 € or 1.5 €.

Beat the Zalman 22 "3D monitor for € 170 with 2 smart polarization glasses, and the Stereoscopic Player
- Eyewear & players alone have cost € 65, so stay for the 22 "TFT monitor and a variety of specialty cable around 100 Euro!
You can look at 3D images with polarization glasses in such an interlaced monitor (which otherwise costs per the size 800-8.000 €). On a Normal Monitor with prism glasses, either the two stereoscopic images side by side or stacked. The latter method is more convenient, better. The Prism Glasses projecting the right image in the right eye - the 3D effect comes!
What has been said for images / photos, of course, also applies to film / video.
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Old Aug 24, 2009, 7:53 PM   #3
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Thanx! Had no time to translate ... now it's done
Well done!

PS: of course you can make 3D pictures with EVERY other camera too :-)



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