Marcus L. Rowland (ffutures) wrote,
Marcus L. Rowland
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More 3D Picspam

Went out with the Aiptek 3D camera again, this time set to 3 megapixels, which I think must be the true resolution for the sensor - the larger ones look interpolated. A bright but very chilly day - there was some ice on the Round Pond. Most of the pictures were tests of perspective etc. and not especially exciting, but I got some nice pictures of swans and the Albert Memorial. On the whole I think it works pretty well, though a couple of times I found it difficult to see the screen - mostly when I was looking at something fairly bright, the screen just looked too dark by comparison because of the 3D effect. Not a huge problem, I could see enough to take a picture. As before these have been reduced to 800 pixels in the largest dimension by Photobucket, I've put one of the swan pictures below at full size.



























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I'm happier with these than with the first set, and since 3 megapixels is adequate for my needs I'll probably stick with this camera rather than going for something better and more expensive.

I've used red/cyan for these, which I think is the type of 3D glasses people are most likely to have. I haven't experimented with reducing ghosting etc., which will be my next step.
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