gamergal8292 wrote:Wow, this sounds a bit complicated! I think it would be great it it could be done to create 3d glasses for next to nothing though! With the emergence of 3d televisions now, it would be really great to save some money on creating the glasses yourself, but only if they are up to par. I'm hoping that glasses will go down in price in a few years as the technology becomes more common place.
Yeah, it is somewhat complicated. I am looking to find a method that is easier but I've just been busy. But I am not done with this, its an evolving project. If you are interested, I am actually sending out free 3D glasses. They are just the cheap paper red/cyan ones, but they work OK. Certainly a good option if you don't have a high-end 3D solution. Just PM me with your name/address and I will send them right out.
huevohuevo wrote:i got better results with the new pattern (5x12,1x13), thanks, it still is small, but it's very close, because i got only one line, blue-red. And at the center of the pattern it is white (or black) But i cant see the 3d image... Is this normal? should i be able to see 3d images with this pattern?
It is very difficult to get the perfect pattern. I might have printed over 50 tests just to get the right pattern for that video. So don't be discouraged if the first few are not right. Unless is is extremely close to the right size, then you are going to have trouble seeing in 3D. Also, try flipping the barrier around (so the printed size faces the monitor) and also try moving your head forward and back. That changes the way it looks. You will probably have to learn how to customize it yourself, as it takes a lot of trial and error.