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Mek all a 3d camera does is it has like 2 cameras in one, one to the left and one to the right, basically like how far apart your eyes are. So it takes the pics from a ever so slightly different angle but it's enough that your brain can work out distance of objects based on how far apart they are.
This technique relies on only using one camera so you just take 2 seperate pics and that software helps you line them up so you can combine them to make a 3d pic.
(fish would cause problems with this as they are always moving, full tank shot probably won't work that great)
 

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Click the picture noob...

I'm actually surprised how well it came out... That software is rather complicated.
 
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Click the picture noob...

I'm actually surprised how well it came out... That software is rather complicated.
You must think I am doff :razz:

Give us a 800 x 600 rather than that wennie 640 x 480.
 

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Using the software linked to from that guide...

The reason for the size is I found it easier to view them if they're closer together. If they're bigger you have to go more squint...
 
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Using the software linked to from that guide...

The reason for the size is I found it easier to view them if they're closer together. If they're bigger you have to go more squint...
Ok, That weird I found it the other way round. Maybe cause I am short sighted :whistling:
 

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Cool, it works at least... Not much to look at though :p
 

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