This is my very first flight of the Balsa Glider Darts, aimed at a red cross target on my Birdblock from Lowes. I want to see if everything works okay before I start popping balloons.
The NetD in this video is close to 3.5% to 3.6%, which is just inside my maximum allowable limit of 3.8%. I’m not sure where I messed up on the exact calculations. The netting and target are 24 inches from the camera. Farthest visible point is a little over 12 feet away. Close enough for a perfectly cubic stereoscopic illusion, baby. Let’s pop some balloons, hey, hey!
I have a question about Angry Birds, again, for anyone who can help me, and I also have a very important question for Janice Maddy, concerning my Bloggie 3D calculations.
Thank you very much.
Have a Great Day.
I’m having huge problems with Windoze 7. I might have to use my old comp with XP to edit 3D movies. I’m having so many issues, it would take a long, boring paragraph to explain. So please ignore the window violations on this one. I uploaded this stereoscopic 3D clip straight from my Bloggie 3D camera. Zero editing.
Now, for my question:
Does anyone know how to play Angry Birds? I just started and need some tips. TIA.
Have a Great Day.
Still looking for a simple solution for capturing with a Sony Bloggie 3D camera. This is no walk in the park, either. Using my antique laptop, I had to capture with VirtualDub, render it with HuffYUV, open it in Adobe After Effects, adjust the horizontal parallax and overlay a floating window, then render, reopen in VirtualDub and save as Xvid/mp3. Back to the drawing board.
First of all, I made a mistake in my terminology in this stereoscopic 3d video. It was early and I hadn’t finished my first cup of instant coffee. :) "Non-stereo overlap" should be "excessive positive parallax."
Here are the target specs:
Sony Bloggie 3D camera.
MAOFD: .047 inch. (1/30, i.e. 3.33%)
Near point: 2 feet
Far point: 15 feet
IA: .81 inch
No post editing. Captured with VirtualDub and recompressed to Xvid.
I still can’t get Janice "the Doll" Maddy to talk. She’s shy. Once she gets started, though, watch out! Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Yesterday’s stereoscopic photo-shoot was a total "fail". Not sure why. It just wasn’t meant to be.
As they say, "There’s always tomorrow." Hey, now that’s today! ;)
Hey! Have a Great Day!
Here’s my video light I talked about earlier, for indoor shots. Full spectrum, very bright. Does the job.
Also, here’s my new DIY homemade Steadicam with the Sony Bloggie mounted via a throw-together L-bracket thingie. Does the job.
Watch it in 2D or 3D. Options are in the bottom of the media player.
Now send in the puppets.
Missey Jean in Google+ asked how to play the blues harmonica. I hope this video can be helpful. Watch it in 2D or 3D. The viewing options are in the bottom of the media player.
I used Blender, AviSynth, VirtualDub, Adobe After Effects and a Bloggie 3D (or 2D) camera to make this video. The Blender scene came from Blendswap.com, and I added my "video watch".
There are a couple of issues with the watch. The watch is stuck on 3:33, so I can’t use it for telling time. Also, the image won’t reorient when you lay it on its side, so it makes watching 3D on it rather challenging, unless you have it on your arm. Sorry about that.
Have a Great Day. :)
Fair warning - I just got up, still eating breakfast and drinking instant coffee, and not quite awake, but I need to do this final test with my Sony Bloggie 3D and Avisynth/VirtualDub before I go into "speed-vlog" mode.
Does everything look and sound okay to you?
As I mention in the video, I have a couple of ideas for my next two videos, i.e. a "one-eye" thing with a pirate eye patch over one eye (thank God for Halloween stores, eh?), and a "low-down" shot from a tripod, where the nearest point will be a spot on the ground. Not sure what the subject matter will be... whatever’s available, I suppose. :)