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3D Girls and Guns

Monday, June 30, 2008

Realtime 3D in Action

I spent the last few days working on a human head in which to put two cameras. I started out with a female styrofoam head and cut it in half. Then, I hollowed out spaces for each camera just behind the eyes and punched through two holes. Next, I applied several layers of Liquitex to cover up the ugly styrofoam and, as a last step, sanded it with very fine grain sandpaper. I’ll position the head above an LCD monitor where you can see what the head sees in a realtime anaglyph (red/blue) stream. Here are a few pics of the process.

posted by asm at 8:33 pm  

6 Comments »

  1. awesome! great idea!

    Comment by zan — July 5, 2008 @ 4:15 pm

  2. The camera head is a stroke of genius. I wish I could come to San Francisco to see the show, but that won’t happen.

    I generally don’t like blogs either (except mine). But thanks for making this one!

    Comment by Sean Gleeson — July 10, 2008 @ 12:12 pm

  3. Very nice retro view of pleasurable art, very enjoyed, we need more artist with this type of funk and flair.

    Comment by ajkiller — July 19, 2008 @ 4:07 pm

  4. [...] »3D-Girls & Guns« von Jason Snell im July in San-Francisco, indem u.a. ein Styropor-Kopf zum Einsatz kam, der das stereoskopische Sehen auch anaglyph demonstrierte. Mich erinnert das sofort an die Vorstellung des »Ton-Kopfes« aus der Anfangszeit des [...]

    Pingback by 3d glasses alternate « Ortskundeprüfung — October 11, 2008 @ 12:42 am

  5. Looking at this head, which clearly demonstrates our stereoscopic vision, I immediately had the association of the “sound-head” from the beginning of radio broadcasting in stereo.

    Comment by khnemo — October 11, 2008 @ 8:20 am

  6. hey very nice concept i chatted with youback in the day, hope to see some new art.

    Comment by ajkiller — February 25, 2009 @ 5:48 am

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