by Don Browne 2,115 views
An introduction of using 3D webcams and using YouTube's 3D viewing selection choices to view 3D video on YouTube with or without glasses. Viewers select which glasses to use or view without glasses using cross-eyed or parallel methods or in 2-D. Using a Minoru 3D webcam. More of my videos at: http://justin.tv/kq4ym (search for 3D there)
by Don Browne 87,054 views
How to see 3D video without using 3D glasses. Viewing by natural side by side, or parallel viewing to see 3D stereoscopic pictures. The 3D demonstrated here is formatted correctly for Parallel viewing but it takes a bit of practice to see. Relax your eyes and get a bit closer than normal.
It is important to make your browser page smaller (about 4 fingers wide or smaller) by zooming "out" using your browser tools page "zoom" controls. The popout screen mentioned in the video only works on my http://justin.tv/kq4ym channel page. However, for practice on this page to make your video smaller in size to practice seeing in 3-D use your browser tools button to "zoom out" to make the screen size smaller. Make the video less than four fingers in width or smaller I've found is best to practice the "parallel" 3D viewing and use your pause button to stop the video at the "side-by-side" section. When you get the hang of seeing the 3rd picture in the middle, try with your browser page zoom control making the video size up to one hand width wide but no larger.
To see more of my 3D examples put "kq4ym 3D" in the search box at the top of the page above. Feel free to email me at email@example.com
More 3D videos I've done: http://justin.tv/search?q=kq4ym+3d&commit=Search
For more instruction on 3D viewing without glasses google search 'don browne stereographic'. Or http://sites.google.com/site/donbrowne/3d - Watch more live 3D webcam video and more webcam clips from Don Browne on http://www.justin.tv/kq4ym
by Don Browne 3,384 views
Informal discussion on how to set up a 3D webcam to make video. Taped while broadcasting live and chatting with viewers to a live webcast. Watch more 3D live video and more clips from Don Browne - Florida on http://www.justin.tv/kq4ym
by Don Browne 2,718 views
Click 3D icon to choose viewing method for no glasses, glasses, parallel, cross-eyed, etc. (If watching in parallel format, reduce screen width to about 4 fingers wide or one-hand width maximum using zoom or "ctrl -"
Watch the head coming out behind tree to see the 'trick.'
Using Minoru 3D webcam side by side 320x240. Watch this video in higher quality at http://www.justin.tv/clip/9e127711338f8e00 and more clips from Don Browne - Florida on http://www.justin.tv/kq4ym (search for 3D)
by Don Browne 1,966 views
How to make 3D live broadcasts and 3D video with the new Minoru 3D webcam. Watch the 3D effects with red and cyan glasses as described in video. (The glasses used on the Superbowl TV show will not work on this). Watch at full screen mode for best 3D and stand back from screen. The original video is better quality at http://justin.tv/kq4ym/b/259171878
Watch live video and more clips from Don Browne - Florida on http://www.justin.tv/kq4ym
by Don Browne 1,749 views
Using the Minoru 3D webcam to make 3D in the interlaced LC Shutter format. Needed: LC 3D shutter glasses and appropriate fast refreshing monitor (CRT monitor may work well) including 3D enabled monitors.
by Don Browne 1,351 views
YouTube now lets you watch 3D in many different ways. Click the 3D icon to choose for no glasses or glasses, and several selections for each. Using a Minoru 3D webcam to make this one. Watch live 3D video and more clips from Don Browne - Florida on http://www.justin.tv/kq4ym
by Don Browne 1,134 views
Use red/cyan glasse for 3-Dimensions. Made with Minoru 3D webcam about 12 feet from subject. Free sample glasses can be found at rainbowsymphony.com or go to http://sites.google.com/site/donbrowne/3d - Watch this video in better quality and more clips from Don Browne - Florida on http://www.justin.tv/clip/2e7360d77f1154d0
by Don Browne 633 views
Sometimes uploading 3D video to Youtube loses a bit of 3D effects due to compression by Youtube. Here's a sample uploaded from the original which was done on a live 3D webcast. Watch live 3D video and more 3D clips from Don Browne - Florida on http://www.justin.tv/kq4ym
by Don Browne 608 views
Click 3D icon to select viewing methods, no-glasses, glasses, parallel or cross-eyed, etc. Using Minoru 3D webcam at 640x480 cross-eyed format. (For parallel viewing reduce width to about 4 fingers wide, one-hand width maximum with zoom or "ctrl -".)
by Don Browne 853 views
Cat and trees in 3-Dimensions using Minoru 3D webcam. Click 3D icon to select your viewing method, no glasses, glasses, cross-eyed, parallel, etc.
To view in parallel format reduce width to about 4 fingers wide, or one-hand wide maximum, with zoom or "ctrl -"
Original 3D videos are at http://tinyurl.com/nrggyr in slightly better quality in parallel viewing format. Watch this video and more live 3D clips from Don Browne - Florida on http://www.justin.tv/kq4ym (search for 3D)
by Don Browne 443 views
Demontration of a 3D webcast using the new British Minoru 3D webcam. Red and Cyan 3D glasses needed for best 3D reality effects. This 3D video was made live while doing a daily webcast while viewers watched live from around the world. Watch more live 3D video and more clips from Don Browne - Florida on http://www.justin.tv/kq4ym
by Don Browne 354 views
Click 3D icon to select viewing method, no-glasses or glasses, parallel or cross-eyed viewing, etc. The original (no sound) is cross-eyed view witn Minoru 3D webcam 'squashed' 320x240 mode to make it fill the screen. For parallel viewing reduce width with zoom or "ctrl -" to about 4 fingers wide or one hand width maximum.
by Don Browne 312 views
Choose 3D viewing format by clicking on 3D icon (no-glasses, glasses, and other choices) To view in parallel method reduce width with zoom or "ctrl -" to make no wider than about 4 fingers or one hand width maximum. Original was side by side, cross-eyed 1280x480 with Minoru 3D webcam
by Don Browne 294 views
No glasses needed. Click on 3D icon to choose viewing method for glasses or no glasses and other choices. Using a Minoru webcam set at 1280x480 side by side, cross-eyed. (Zoom out (cntrl -) to about 4 fingers wide if you want to see in parallel format.)
by Don Browne 323 views
No glasses needed for cross-eyed or parallel format. Click 3D icon above to select glasses, no-glasses, and more formats. Zoom to smaller size (cntrl -), about 4 fingers or hand width maximum to see in parallel format. Original video 1280x480 side by side cross-eyed with a Minoru 3D web camera. The laptop used to record in 3D had a slow processor so the motion is jerky.
by Don Browne 225 views
No glasses needed in yt3d mode. Choose 3D viewing mode by clicking "3D" icon and choosing no-glasses, glasses, cross-eyed, parallel, etc. To see in parallel view, reduce width with "ctrl -" or tools button, as it needs to be less than about a hand's width in size or about 4 fingers wide to view in parallel method.
Using a Minoru 3-D webcam in cross-eyed, side by side, 640x480 'squashed' mode to fill the entire screen. Note the aspect ratio tag is 4:3 in the squashed mode, 2:3 in regular side by side mode.
by Don Browne 230 views
Click 3D icon to choose viewing method (no glasses or glasses, parallel or cross-eyed) and 720p HD for best quality. Using Minoru 3D webcam at 1280x480. Jerky motion due to slow laptop processor when recording. Video is too wide for parallel viewing, so zoom smaller (cntrl -) to about 4 fingers wide.
by Don Browne 274 views
Click 3D icon to select viewing method: no glasses, glasses, parallel or cross-eyed, etc. Headphones to hear sounds: bird, footsteps. Using Minoru 3D webcam set at 1280x480. Note size is too big for parallel viewing, so use your zoom or cntrl - to make video size smaller, about 4 fingers wide (one hand width maximum) for parallel viewing.
by Don Browne 229 views
Use red/cyan glasses for 3-Dimension. Made with Minoru 3D webcam at about 12 foot from subject. Free sample 3D glasses from rainbowsymphony.com Watch this video in best quality and more clips from Don Browne - Florida at http://tinyurl.com/nrggyr
by Don Browne 321 views
Click 3D icon to select viewing methods: no glasses or glasses, and other methods. Headphones for sound: birds, footsteps. Minoru 3D Webcam set at 704x288. Best size for anaglyph but too large for parallel viewing. To view in "parallel" method, reduce size of video to about hand width. (hit Ctrl - or zoom control)
by Don Browne 211 views
Use red/cyan glasses. 50cc Adley scooter ride in 3-D using a Minoru 3D webcam. Watch this video in higher quality at http://www.justin.tv/clip/e6e5c4fbd3f5b93c and more clips from Don Browne - Florida on http://www.justin.tv/kq4ym. Free sample 3D glasses at rainbowsymphony.com
by Don Browne 213 views
Using Minoru 3D webcam and YT3D tags. Choose viewing method by clicking 3D icon and selecting no-glasses, glasses, cross-eyed, parallel, etc.
If viewing in parallel format, reduce width to about 4 fingers wide or one-hand width maximum with zoom or "ctrl -"
by Don Browne 209 views
Click 3D icon to choose Youtube viewing method, no-glasses, glasses, parallel, cross-eyed, etc. Using Minoru 3D webcam set at 800x600. If viewing in parallel method, reduce width to 4 fingers wide or 1-hand width maximum using zoom out or "ctrl -"
by Don Browne 162 views
Click on 3D icon to select viewing mode, no-glasses, glasses, cross-eyed, parallel, etc. Minoru 3D webcam about 3 feet from subject at setting of 704x288. For parallel viewing method, reduce width to about 4 fingers wide or one hand width maximum with zoom or "ctrl -"
by Don Browne 216 views
Starts with parallel freeview mode (no glasses needed) then anaglyph( red/cyan glasses needed) using a Minoru 3D webcam. Watch this video in higher quality at http://www.justin.tv/clip/e3b9a1187159bf60 and more clips from Don Browne - Florida on http://www.justin.tv/kq4ym
by Don Browne 182 views
A Honda passes by. 3D anaglyph red/cyan stereoscopic video. Palm and oak trees at Port LaBelle, Florda. Minoru 3D webcam. Glasses: http://sites.google.com/site/donbrowne/3d Watch this video in best quality at http://www.justin.tv/clip/01b0a213d5e9c1c0 and more clips from Don Browne - Florida on http://www.justin.tv/kq4ym
by Don Browne 157 views
Use red/cyan glasses to see this. A 3-D stereoscopic anaglyph video using the new Minoru 3-D webcam with two cameras built in one unit. This is a sample of a closeup with the camera about a foot from the subject, about as close as you can get and still have 3-D with the Minoru cam. You can get free glasses sending a stamped envelope to rainbowsymphony.com. Watch daily live video and more clips from Don Browne in LaBelle Florida on http://www.justin.tv/kq4ym
by Don Browne 130 views
Closeup experiment with Minoru 3D webcam. Taken about 18 inches from camera which seems to be as close as you can get with the Minoru. The originals of my 3D videos are on justin.tv and seem to be better quality than those uploaded to You Tube. Original video: http://www.justin.tv/clip/6419a062d436bb96 Watch live video and more clips from Don Browne - Florida on http://www.justin.tv/kq4ym
by Don Browne 216 views
Click 3D icon to choose video viewing method (no glasses, glasses, cross-eyed, parallel, etc.) Using Minoru 3D webcam set at 704x288. (Too wide for parallel viewing unless you zoom out (use ctrl -) to make width no more than one hand wide or 4 fingers wide. Jerky motion due to slow laptop processor when recording.
by Don Browne 76 views
Click 3D icon to select viewing method, no-glasses, glasses, cross-eyed, parallel, etc. If selecting parallel format, reduce width to about 4 fingers wide, or one-hand width maximum using zoom out or "ctrl -"
Minoru 3-D webcam recorded in 320x240 setting, cross-eyed, side by side
by Don Browne 61 views
Click 3D icon to select 3D viewing mode; no-glasses, glasses, cross-eyed, parallel, etc. Headphones for best sound: bird, foot steps.
Using Minoru 3-D webcam set at 352x288. If viewing in parallel format, reduce width to about 4 fingers wide, or one-hand width maximum with zoom out or "ctrl -"
by Don Browne 431 views
Click 3D icon to choose viewing format for anaglyph or side-by-side, glasses or no-glasses, etc.
My drums are classic vintage 1960 "Rogers" drum kit with Zildjian cymbals.
(Original 3D is side by side parallel format using a Minoru 3D webcam in HD mode. If using parallel format, click anywhere but on video then reduce width to about 4 fingers wide or one-hand width maximum with zoom out or "ctrl -"
Suggestion: if watching in side-by-side, use "full-width" option in 3D viewing format, otherwise the video is a bit too narrow in width )
by Don Browne 101 views
Using Minoru 3D camera to show vintage 1961 Rogers drum set with Zildjian cymbals from the 1960s. Note how green plant "pops out" well in 3D. View in any 3D method, with or without glasses, using YouTube 3D settings (Click the 3D icon to choose no-glasses, glasses, cross-eyed, etc.).
If viewing with parallel format, reduce width to about 4 fingers wide or one-hand width maximum with zoom out, or click anywhere but on video and "ctrl -" will reduce video size.
by AEnimaCGS 6,036,921 views
YouTube 3D version for 3D TV: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJjJeYfAwQw - HD 1080p: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBkjFGYKMhA - 3D video - http://www.greenzero.hu/
by 3alityDigital1 500,121 views
Please click on this link to watch the HD version! Much higher quality! For best results, watch in HD and full screen:
If you are using cross-view, PLEASE sit back a few feet from your monitor!!! The geometry of the two images is perfect, so sitting back a few feet should NOT make it totally comfortable to watch.
by chicobananatv 45,667 views
My homepage: http://www.chicobanana.tv
My fun iPhone-game: http://itunes.apple.com/app/banana-smash/id594153366?mt=8
Chicobanana tries his new 3D-glasses! This is a Stereoscpic 3D clip, you can use colored anaglyphic glasses, the crossed eyes trick or a mirror etc. You can change the settings in the lower right corner, searh for the 3D button. If you dont have 3D glasses, you can turn off the 3D effect, by choosing Left or Right Only.
Great effect with green screen to emphasize depth.48
by 1tompo1 75,076 views
http://www.3dtv.com/user/1Tompo1 Welcome to this 3D video with some amazing 3d effects.This is youtube player in 3d part 2.This means I upgraded my green screen.so everything looks perfect.This has the youtube 3d tag so choose your 3d method with the 3d icon.to get the coolest effect watch this video in full screen.for a cool pop out effect.
3D SHOP: http://www.the3dshop.net
FREE 3D Glasses: http://www.3dn3d.com/
3D Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/3DSpot
View cool 3D Photos: http://www.3dn3d.com/3d-photos-red-and-cyan/
LIKE ME: http://www.facebook.com/3DSpot
Follow ME: https://twitter.com/#!/3dvideos
BEST 3D EVER: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foQNrtUsEjw
by Don Browne 199 views
Using different 3D glasses for viewing on YouTube. Click on the 3D icon to select which color or glasses, or alternatively select "no glasses" or parallel or cross eyed methods for those without any glasses.
My favorite is green/magenta for viewing on YouTube for a bit better 3D effect and better reds.
Note: Using a Minoru 3D camera and it's microphone set at 1280x40 left/right "squished" mode and closeup focus -36. To make the anaglyph mode video size normal, the tag yt3d:aspect=4:3 must be added.
To see in parallel viewing mode reduce video width to about 75%, or less than handwidth wide by cntl - or zoom control.
3D glasses courtesy of www.the3dshop.net and Minoru.
Add "Don Browne" to your Google+ circles and subscribe to the YouTube channel.
Good example of 3D effect and color (recommend green/magenta glasses if you can)50
by Don Browne
Hangout on Air - Live YouTube broadcast test to determine if the YouTube video player 3D controls for anaglyph glasses will work on this type of video (hangouts on air). For some reason, this will not work when using hangouts on air or YouTube Live, although the controls work fine when uploading a 3D video from the computer to YouTube. (Watch http://youtu.be/arpfvZhLcfU for an example of how it works perfectly in stereoscopic 3D if uploaded from the computer video file)
Using Internet Explorer to broadcast.
To watch in "parallel" viewing format without glasses, make sure to reduce the video with to about a handwidth or less, by using the zoom control to 75% or cntrl -
(Relax eyes as you do when looking into the distance, and a third picture will appear in the middle of the two picture, and will be in 3D)
To watch in "cross eyed" format without glasses, any size video width will work, although some discomfort will happen if doing it too long!
Note: Minoru 3D camera used at 1280x480 HD left/right format set at closeup range -36
by Wonderland Production 25,300 views
3D music video by Henry B performing "The Way".
Directed by Edoardo Bellanti & Alice Corsi.
Selected & screened at "Los Angeles 3D FILM FESTIVAL 2012".
Selected & screened at "3D Film & Music Fest Barcelona 2012".
Selected & screened at "Parallax Stereoscopic Video Art Prague 2012"
****************************** CREDITS ******************************
ARTIST: Henry B (http://www.henrybproject.com)
TITLE: The Way (original version)
VOCALS & LYRICS: M. Bellanti, C. Spanu
LABEL: 3Sound Record
CREW ON SET: Elisa Bruno, Saverio Iacono
MAKE-UP ARTIST: Giulia Sciurti
COSTUME CONSULTANT: Alessandro Vaccaro
SPECIAL GUEST: Danijay
Choreographer1: Federica Loredan
Assistant choreographer / dancer: Perlina
Dancers: Sara "Santy" Santino, Silvia "Nox" Nocentini, Marta "Lemon Fix" Lorusso, Giulia Pastorino, Francesca "Fari" Bussu
Choreographer2: Massimiliano Zirilli
Dancers: Valentina Liquindoli, Marta Bosio, Simona Bettoli, Alessia Mortari
EXTRAS (in alphabetical order):
Maria Teresa Bozzano
Monica Paola Burattini
Sanchez Gonzalez Carlos Orlando
SPECIAL THANKS TO:
Diego Scarponi, Gianni Vercelli from University of Genova
Andrea Siri, Corrado Silveri from E-Motion