How To Make Your Own 3D Videos
When you go to see Despicable Me in 3D, which you will because it makes you laugh even though you grimace a bit because you’re not 12 anymore, hang onto those 3D glasses. You’ll need them to watch the 3D videos you post to Youtube by following the insanely simple directions served up by the crazies over at Zurb. Their opening is simple:
“Nate was coming to the office to do a Soapbox and we decided two dimensions weren’t enough to fully capture him, so we set about to build our own 3D camera. It was a huge success and much easier then you would think. Here is our process in three easy steps, so that you can follow along at home.”
Step 1: Acquire two identical video cameras.
My first thought was that I’d never be able to start both cameras at the same time. That apparently isn’t an issue at all. Nifty!
Head over to the Zurb blog to check out the rest or toss on a pair of 3D glasses and watch the video for a taste of home-cooked 3D!
Image: nabbed from the Zurb blog.
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