This stereoscopic 3D video is a total phail in just about every way. I even messed up the 1/30 Net Stereoscopic Deviation gag in a couple of places, which is the biggest sin of all in the Stereoscopic Bible. If the perfectly cubic illusion phails, the party’s over, buh-buh baby.
Obviously, simulating a remote control spy helicopter with a homemade “pipe bomb Steadicam” isn’t as easy as it sounds. Like I say in the video, it looks like a real “puker” to me.
Janice Maddy, how do the CMYK colors look in this one? I did the Jim Carbonetti theme park over-saturation dance, hoping to get a couple of “wows”.
Not sure this idea is worth repeating. Unlike some people, I usually know when to move on…
Watch this video in 2D or 3D by clicking on the “3D” button under the video and selecting your options, e.g., “Turn off 3D”.
If you are using red/cyan anaglyph glasses, be sure to select “Red/Cyan” then “Optimized (Dubois)”.
Flavor-Aid, Hypodermic Needles and The Last Supper: http://ning.it/pIzOss
Tags: flavor-aid, hypodermic, needles, last, supper, cyanide, bomb, shelter, photo3d, yahoo, group, moderators, septic, tank, stereoscopic, 3d, photo, camera, angle, Jesus, roger, janice, maddy, full, moon
I thought about putting some grape-flavored Flavor-Aid containers and cyanide-filled hypodermic needles in the Bomb Shelter for the Photo3D Yahoo Group Moderators and/or FRIENDS or FOLLOWERS, or maybe putting empty Flavor-Aid containers and emptied hypodermic needles in a Septic Tank for the Cinematography 3D List, but I decided instead (for now) to paint the Last Supper on the inside ceiling of the Bomb Shelter for the Photo3D Yahoo Group Moderators.
Don’t freak out… this is just because the ceiling looked so “bare”.
I apologize for not sharing a stereoscopic 3D photo of this shot, and I also apologize for the bad camera angle and bad lighting.
The camera is near the front of the shelter, way down on the floor, shooting up (no pun intended) at the ceiling.
The reason the painting is “upside-down” is because when someone enters the shelter through the bottomless pit hole above the shadowboxed Full Moon made from rubber tire material (printed with a 3D printer), they will hopefully feel comforted staring “eyeball-to-eyeball” at Jesus while they are temporarily sitting on the Full Moon’s shadowbox.
At least it should be a soft landing… depending, of course, on how fast they come down (pun intended).
And don’t worry… there will never be anyone entering the shelter from below. THAT is a one-way tRip.
BTW, that is the same painting of the Last Supper that Janice and I have in our living room… above the FIRE place…
Have a Great Day.
And Good Luck.
Oh, and Happy Full Moon (again).
Blogged to the Vloggerheads group and my personal blog, with plenty of tag words to go all over cyberHell.
A Septic Tank for the Cinematography 3D List?: http://ning.it/pvAF29
Tag words: vloggerheads, Cinematography, 3D, list, 1/30, 3.3%, net, deviation, septic, tank, bomb, shelter, photo3D, yahoo, group, moderators
Wonderful. Now, it appears that I cannot post to the Cinematography 3D list.
Go ahead… make my day.
At least I have 24 hours left until the next full moon to decide what I am going to do about this…
I’m quite sure I will never survive without being able to contribute to that group of professional geniuses.
Do they even know what a “1/30 (3.3%) Net Deviation Grid” is for?
Well, I suppose I can convert the Bomb Shelter for the Photo3D Yahoo Group Moderators into a septic tank, since it is made out of solid concrete.
If I plug the bottomless pit holes, at least they won’t need rubber boots to scoop the crap.
Happy Full Moon… one day early!
And have a GREAT Day!
Rubber Boots For Photo3D Yahoo Group Moderators:
Tag words (for Google, etc): rubber, boots, American, made, stereoscopic, photograph, 3d, photo3d, yahoo, group, moderators, 1/30, 3.3%, net, deviation, bomb, shelter, Bezier, curves, blender
Once again I would like to apologize for not sharing a stereoscopic 3D photograph of this shot.
As you may have heard, I was recently “blocked” from posting links to my 3D photos to the Photo3D Yahoo Group.
I have just placed five pairs of American-made rubber boots under the beautifully-framed 1/30 (3.3%) Net Deviation grid in the Bomb Shelter For The Photo3D Yahoo Group Moderators.
Two large pairs, two medium pairs and one small pair.
They are lined up on the side of the thick padded cell, sitting on top of the hard rubber flooring.
The shadowboxed full moon, which unfortunately is situated exactly in line with the bottomless pit which can be accessed via the Facebook Cemetery, made from rubber tire material printed by a 3D printer, should not affect the situation in any negative way, whatsoever (but I have been wrong before).
Please don’t ask me what the rubber boots are for… I’m getting burned out explaining stuff to newbies around here……..
Meanwhile, I am safely back in Rehab. No, I’m not building bombs. DOH! Did you not see the picture of the Last Supper hanging in my Living Room? Jeeze.
I am making a Video Puzzle and working with Bezier curves in Blender… mildly more rehabilitating than paper dolls and toy blocks.
And what do I plan on doing with a Video Puzzle? Vlogging, of course.
Have a Great Day!
This is a long story, so rather than going into details here, I will point people to my personal blog. You can also Google keywords/phrases like “Roger Maddy Facebook Cemetery” with “Photo3D Yahoo Group Moderators”, etc, and you won’t have any problem finding all the proper links. I have posted most of the photographs or links to them (2D and/or 3D) to my Vloggerheads page.
To make this long story short, If you happen to stumble into the bottomless pit, which is located right outside the gate of the “Roger Maddy Facebook Cemetery” (actually, I should have called it “Roger and Janice Maddy’s Facebook Cemetery”, since both Janice and I are on the tombstone) you will (eventually) fall into the Bomb Shelter for The Photo3D Yahoo Group Moderators.
If you plan on stopping in for lunch, perhaps you should try going down into the black hole via a long rope.