Google this for help if you don't know what they are: view stereo pairs
1st link on google should be titled "3D Showcase: Help with Cross-Eyed Stereo Viewing"
None of these are proper stereoscopic 3D. They are just images duplicated and placed next to each other. If it's proper stereoscopic 3D, it will look exactly like a 3D image with no distortion, because the images are at slightly different angles that trick your brain into seeing a 3D object. when it's the same image twice, there are distortion areas wherever your eyes aren't focusing on, and it just looks like a weird 2D image like these.
>None of these are proper stereoscopic 3D.
Are you fucking retarded?
Every single image posted is offset for 3D. Open any of them up and overlay them in a graphics processor if you don't believe me.
Or better yet, actually use the 3d viewing technique instead of blind commenting like an idiot.
You're in idiot, try actually checking before you post bullshit.
It's not a graphics processing trick, they really are two separate photographs.
It would be a lot of effort to add any worthwhile 3d to a single image. You'd basically have to construct a 3d model of the person and use the image as a texture on the model, then take snapshots using different camera rotations. That's how they convert movies to from 2D to 3D and it's a lot of work.
Yeah, just wasn't sure if these were all legit 3D images (2 separate pictures) I've done basic stereoscopic (red/blue) with a 2D pic and it came out ok...nothing like these though. Wanted to make some of my wife ;)
If you have a woman willing to pose, you can simulate a 3D camera. Have her stay as still as possible, turn off fans so her hair doesn't move, etc...
Place the camera on a table or something, take the picture, move the camera over 2.5 inches and point it at the exact same spot and take another picture. You should get a stereo pair when done right.
I suspect some of these ones posted used the same technique because the body looks 3D but the hair doesn't which implies there was motion between frames.
Like you say I think some are manipulated to look 3D and some are shot 3D.
Cross your eyes until both sides align in the middle. Then try to relax your eyes and allow yourself to see the 1 image, ignoring the sides. Move closer or further away to find the right distance from the screen.
Most of these are some of the same old ones, but I might have a few you haven't seen.
Then I'd say it's about controlling your eyes when crossing them. You're crossing them too far if you see 4.
I have a couple more with nice lighting effects.
Try crossing your eyes slowly, so you can see the images moving together. Then stop when they meet in the middle.
Maybe >>15408075 because it lines up nicely, without blur, and her tits are amazing.
Here's the original from OP.
I really can't see this shit, I look at the white bar in the middle, cross my eyes and either see a blur, nothing or 4, on odd occasion I do see three I stare at the middle and then I "wake up" focusing on either the left or the right.
Maybe it's because I'm using a tablet.
put your hands up infront of your face to either side of the image. Close your left eye and move your right hand until you can only see the left side of the image, repeat for the other eye/hand. Keep hands where they are, open both eyes. Bam
This one works well for me. >>15407554
>Get your hands off your dick
>Look at screen
>Block right image from right eye with right hand
>Block left image from left eye with left hand
I think I've conditioned my eyes as a child, trying to see those hidden images on posters and kids books. Controlling your eyes when crossing them, and focusing correctly, comes easier with practice.
I'm taking a break to play GTA. I'll dump the rest of my collection later, and maybe occasionally bump in the mean time.
Something which helped me get these to work:
When you're crossing the images, pick a feature on the two images, and make sure the line between them is perfectly horizontal. If it isn't, tilt your head to make it horizontal.
I have glasses and am able to see them.
I find that I have to take each image and switch the left and right images manually (not mirroring) in a graphics program before the 3D effect looks correct cross-eyed. Otherwise it's screwed up. It's like each image has the right image on the left and vice versa.
It looks like she's shifted over, in the opposite direction for each image, then the edges poorly filled in.
This completes my collection. Please uncross your eyes. It's not good to leave them like that.
I just want to say someone out here loves all this stuff, its not everyone who can't figure this out, not sure how these people can't but maybe its because I grew up with Magic Eye.
In real life 3D women are awesome but this is almost as good. ;)
I collect them because it's sort of an odd thing... there's only so many of these out there. I happen to be good at viewing these, and I do think Magic Eye has everything to do with that.
BTW you can sort of make these yourself if you have high resolution porn vids.
If the girl is mostly still and the cameraman steps to the side, you can sometimes get two frames where the angle is sufficient to create a stereo pair. I can tell that has happened for at least one of the images in this thread.
What helps for me is put your finger between the two images and focus on that. Now slowly move it towards your face, keeping your focus on your finger. You should see two images slide together into a third middle image. At this point even though you were focussed on your finger the images is now crystal clear and in 3d. Quite amazing.
If you've never done these before, yes, the first few will be very difficult. It takes months to learn how to do it quickly and easily. And for years, I could only do parallel-view ones.
Some people find parallel-view ones harder than cross-eyed but for me it was the opposite. The problem with parallel-view ones is that the left ad right pictures can't be any further apart than your eyes. Cross-eyed don't have that limitation, which is probably why they're more popular.
It takes practice. At first when you try to focus on the middle image. Your eyes will tend to drift to either side depending on your dominant eye. But practice and you will get it. Try to find the muscle for focusing and the muscle for going crosseyed and work on it
I wonder what these guys are using to get their text aligned in dept. I've been using some free software called Stereo 3d Image Maker along with the usual lightroom.
Non-porn, but original content.
All the 3d-eros ones are shit. The camera distance is too high.
This thread contains a mixture of good stereograms, bad stereograms (wrong camera distance), bad 2D to 3D edits, and duplicated images posted by idiots. If you're having trouble viewing one then try another.
you have to focus on seeing 3 images... then focus on the center image... keep trying to push the center image into focus and push the two outer images apart, when you open up the center image its in 3d, and try to stay focused, it feels weird and its hard to adjust but once you've done it for a while you'll get the hang of it
keep focusing on the center image and try to keep pushing the other two images out of focus, also if you move farther back from the image your eyes dont have to adjust at a crazy angle
True! I do the same technique. With practice, you just put the finger between you and the screen and can quickly focus on the 3D image.
To the newfags on stereo... don't give up easily, it worth the effort. If is not working at all with some pic, try with a different one.