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— 3D World: Anaglyphs —

Introduction to Anaglyphs and what is required.

Tutorial how an anaglyoh can be created from two photographs.

Render and assemble an anaglyph in Bryce and examples of other methods of 3D.

Note: This tutorial was written for Bryce 5 and also works for Bryce 7.1. For Bryce 7.1 a special camera adapter is commercially available at Daz 3D that permits to render anaglyphs in one go. Bryce 7 Pro True 3D Rendering by David Brinnen and Horo (see below) features additional adapters to render two images directly side-by-side that can be beheld in 3D with either parallel or crossed eyes.

Not based on an anaglyph this possibly less known method of wiggling to view 3D is presented. The imges wiggle and are embedded as QTVR (*.mov) and Flash (*.swf) in the hope your browser recognises at least one of them and can show the wiggling animations.

«Lenses» can be bolted onto the Bryce camera. This makes it possible to render an anaglyph in Bryce 7.1 directly in one go.

Commercial: At left the product Bryce 7 – Pro True 3D Rendering by David Brinnen und Horo, available in our on-liine shop at Daz 3D:

It contains the ALS (Anaglyph Lens System), ALST (ALS Target), ALST_Crossover, ALST_Parallel, ALST+ and PALS+ as Bryce objects. 16 videos, 4 PDF-documents, examples, …

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