More stereoscopic R&D renders - this time one for the SKYWORLD - ‘Under the Sky’ series. Still have a bit to go before I’m ready to render out the full scene sequence(s).
Also, apart from of course, passive or active 3D systems, one of the better ways to see these renders are with the NVIDIA 3D Vision glasses. They give a much more genuine (anaglyphic) 3D experience compared to the cheaper cardboard cutout glasses - if you can find them that is.
Wow - it’s certainly been a while since I’ve been able to post “new” material on here! I’ve just been really busy. Since October, I’ve been working over at Legend3D as a Stereoscopic Compositor on a number of upcoming 3D (stereoscopic) feature films and hence began my true appreciation for the third dimension.
Now with every new (and currently ongoing) project(s) comes the added weight of putting them in stereo to add that extra dimension. Since not everyone’s sitting around at home with super cool passive Real3D monitors just yet, anaglypic (red/blue) will do for now.
See my first stereo render test from Maya below with some process screen shots. Up next 2D-3D footage conversion tests.
Renders (click on images for full view)