Got a few but they're all gathered from old posts, so not sure if I should dump. Here's a fav though
It gives a slight 3d effect like wearing 3d glasses. It also makes the picture appear a bit sharper(?), hard to describe the effect, makes the picture look better in some weird way beyond the 3d, but again both effects are somewhat slight. You should be able to focus completely though. Helps if you aren't close to the screen so you only cross your eyes slightly, then focus on the middle image and try to resolve it.
Just figured this shit out. One of the best faps I've had in a while. Dumping what I've found.
For the static ones :
- You can go to depthy.me and use the tools to generate the depth on your picture. I strongly recommend to use an external image editor instead of the one used on the website.
- You can also try this tutorial on the left. I didn't managed to do something with it through...
For the animated ones :
Just... good luck. Those was done using Blender to generate the depth AND animating it.
i fucking lost my sides best ms paint concentration attempt pic randomly got me
1. Cross your eyes. This should generate two phantom images (one from each side). Cross your eyes more/less to make them line up.(usually more, esp with a large screen)
You might also have to tip your head out the screen if I've if the phantoms is above/below the other.
2. Hold 1. for a little bit to get used to it, 10 second should be enough
3. Try and focus on part of the combined phantoms. Don't force it, your eyes will take the bait out they won't. If you can't get just keep trying.
4. Take breaks occasionally and focus your vision on objects near and far which will 'flex' your ability to focus and prevent injury.
Here is a new one I just made, hope you enjoy
From a few threads down. Thought I'd try my luck at this
Look at them on your phone, cross your eyes and try to combine the two images into one.
Once you can do that,adjust the phones distance from your face to adjust the focus.
That's how it works for me at least
Anyone have any tips for the horizontal ones? I can merge the vertical pictures just fine but the horizontally profiled ones are just too much. If I ever merge it, it's always out of focus. And that's a big "if".
Don't, most of these are just the same image side by side (no 3D), huge disappointment. Especially when the fucker making these is poisoning the well. With what little water it already has...
Google Cardboard is to use with your phone.
I can get cross-eye to work for most of the ones in this thread, but I tried doing the same method on my phone.
Nothing. Can't get a 3D effect at all.
New one, I try adding some more details in this one.
Not /h/... I just share.
>it works on videos as well
Well, if you want to go and retrace every single frame accounting for the parallax, yeah. If you just put the same image side by side it does literally nothing. There's quite a few of them in this thread.
Just cross your eyes until the images overlap. The first one in a session is the hardest for me.
What works for me
>start with one that very vertical. the less you have to move your eyes horizontally, the less you have to strain your muscles to keep them in place (I still have trouble with blurriness in horizontally profiled images)
>for this reason, I do image hover rather than open in a new tab. slightly smaller size on some images makes for less strain
>use a computer monitor instead of a phone. I couldn't get it to work on there
>if it's overlapping but still blurry, try moving away or towards the monitor (I'm a bit further from my monitor when doing this compared to normal borwsing, and I'm near-sighted)
>wear your glasses/contacts. I have astigmatism and they never becomed unblurred without my glasses
>>4114927 and >>4114973 are pretty easy. >>4116378 isn't too bad either if you focus on a part that isn't moving. Also one of my favorites.
First time I got it to work was one of the best faps I've had in years.
To check if the depth is nonexistent or really subtle :
- open the picture using GIMP or photoshop
- duplicate the layer
- set the upper layer mode to "grain extract" or "Difference"
- move the upper layer in order to overlay precisely the left/right picture
- If you have a flat color, it's a simple copy paste. If not, the thickness of each lines show how good the result is.
Thank you for the advice ...
(Even though I didn't get the "grain extract" thing. Using Photoshop by the way)
Welp, here's my attempt. What do you guys think?
Here is one animated
>tfw you cannot see cross-eyed 3D
can someone make this one 3d please??
Any brother out here willing to point me to the right direction in creating these? You all following the guide posted here? Seeing all these "thought I'd give it a shot"s with stereograms far better than what I've ever done is downright depressing.
Pic related, it's what I've achieved
saved this a while ago, dont know how much use it will be
I actually just got it to work recently and it's pretty cool, not too big of a deal but I was entertained. Just keep stAring for a bit you gotta get it lined up just right and it won't be blurry. Keep trying once you get it right it's super easy to do.
Here you go : quickly done, badly done.
My bad... I've made a mistake when I resized the video. Here's a better one with some changes done.
other replies are garbage
when you look at something, both of your eyes point towards a single spot
if you want the 3d, you have to focus your eyes at an object about 20 feet behind your computer screen.
"crossing" your eyes means focusing directly in front of your face...you want to point your eyes straight ahead so they are paralell
to train: put your finger in your face and alternate looking at your finger vs looking at an object in the distance. then, replicate the feeling of "looking far away" while looking at one of the images here
if anyone can do this one it will be greatly appreciated
I just move one of my eyes while keeping the other stationary and try to force the images to match up by changing how far I rotate it. Dunno how helpful that advice is to anyone else. I've been able to do it since I was really little.
Also, horizontal pictures can be a real bitch that way. Often not worth the effort, if I get it to work at all.
>continued: if you are nearsighted, put your glasses on. your eyes are basically functioning as if you're looking in the distance, so they'll help
Extremely true. I'm near-sighted and without my glasses, it's just blurred nonsense.
Requesting this image get stereogram
Requesting to make this in 3d.
New at trying this but gave it a go
Tried a few times, can't get anything decent.
Can you help?
i can just imagine one of your parents walking into your room and you look up cross eyed, your cock in your hand jerkin it. holy shit i cant believe i actually searched for this at one point, this is great.
Still me. This is the best I could do, I guess it needs a lot of improvement
when you do this it layers the pictures over eachother and your brain automatically averages out the images. Because of this if there is an imperfection in one image and not the other the imperfection is averaged with the image without which downplays it giving an overall sharper image as a result. If the same imperfection exists in both this doesn't happen though.
First try. Used android apps for it, so it might not get very good depth.
I call that "stereoscopic hybrid animation". But there's a small problem about that : I'm the only one on this thread that can do that (All webm of this thread are done by me).
So no... no request thread about that.
Use Andwobble and then screenshot two times the screen, one with the original image and the other one edited to the left. The rest is putting the two parts on the same image using a image editor of your choice.
I can't figure out how to apply the depth map to the picture in Photoshop. ;-;