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Published on Mar 9, 2016
The first movement of Mozart's Sonata for Two Pianos in D major, K 448, performed by Paavali Jumppanen and Elaine Hou, with an animated graphical score. FAQ
Q: Is this video in 3D? A: There are three versions of this video. In the original version (smalin 2015jan04)... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74Osn0... ... I offset the notes of the two pianos a little bit so that you could more easily see where they were playing in unison, but this was not intended as a 3D effect. However, I used reddish colors for one piano and bluish colors for the other, so if you view the video with Chromadepth 3D glasses, you will get some 3D depth. In the second version, however (musanim3D, 2016mar09) ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VprSNZ... ... there is a 3D effect that is specifically designed to be enhanced by Chromadepth 3D glasses (though the 3D/perspective view is very obvious even without them). In the third version (smalin 2016mar09) ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPC8J3... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tC8jRU... (with "now" line) ... the 3D effect is even more obvious, and there is 3D motion (notes come toward you as they are about to play). If you're interested in exploring this further, you can get the Chromadepth 3D glasses here ... http://the3dmarket.com/collections/ch... ... and here is my channel with videos specifically designed for Chromadepth 3D ... http://www.youtube.com/user/musanim3D Note: you cannot get the 3D effect with RED/BLUE, RED/GREEN or polarized glasses.
Q: What's the best way to watch this video? A: If you use the Google Chrome browser (and have a fast enough internet connection), you can take advantage of the HD 720 (or 1080), 60 frames per second mode (be sure to select it from the settings options).