Steve Wessing  

 Dog Cubes by Steve Wessing

August 2019 - Dog Cubes

August 2019 - Steve Wessing


About the Image(s)

This image began as a cha-cha close up of my dog.
I used an app called Mirror Lab. I chose a process called 'Ice Cubes' to alter the left and right images separately. I adjusted the color in Samsung Photo Editor Pro, then used 3dSteroidPro to create the stereo pair and anaglyph.

7 comments posted

Betty Drinkut   Betty Drinkut
I like the concept but cannot view this as a stereo view. :(   Posted: 08/14/2019 10:04:55
Steve Wessing   Steve Wessing
I can understand the difficulty, with so many squares. Just merge the dots above the image and it should be clear.   Posted: 08/14/2019 11:12:56

Brian Davis   Brian Davis
Sorry Steve but I cannot view or have been taught how to view the three images so I have to view the anaglyph which I find very confusing   Posted: 08/14/2019 16:38:56

Nick Muskovac   Nick Muskovac
I also cannot get the full 3D effect on this image. The squares are making it difficult to see any depth. The anaglyph works a little better.   Posted: 08/15/2019 19:55:01

Steve Wessing   Steve Wessing
Maybe it will be easier with a standard pair...   Posted: 08/15/2019 22:32:39
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David Allen   David Allen
Like others, that's a hard one to view. We are too accustomed to seeing 3D images that are not all chopped up. Did you just run both images through the app or did you have to work on the images after to get the depth? Really looks like seeing a giant dog behind some of those old 4" square glass bricks that were popular in the 60s. I wish I had my 3d monitor working with glasses so I could see it without crossing my eyes.   Posted: 08/16/2019 12:37:44
Steve Wessing   Steve Wessing
I created the depth in the original stereo pair, then used the same settings in the app for each side. Your description of the giant dog behind glass bricks, is exactly the effect I wanted. I'm glad at least someone could see it.   Posted: 08/16/2019 12:49:04


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