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September 15, 2012, 03:27:56 AM
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Hello,

I will convert any 2D image to anaglyph 3D for 0.20 BTC each.

Samples here: http://photobucket.com/canios3d

If you are interested, just send me a message here on the forum...

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September 17, 2012, 01:57:35 AM
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is the final image actually 3d? as in, are there realistic 3d effects than can be seen from the image? or do you just offset the red/cyan, creating a "3d" image that is really flat.

It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.

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September 17, 2012, 10:08:54 AM
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is the final image actually 3d? as in, are there realistic 3d effects than can be seen from the image? or do you just offset the red/cyan, creating a "3d" image that is really flat.

I can do both effects. I can simulate the same image from two different angles using off-set depth-maps...

Either way, you don't have to pay for anything until you're satisfied. I will send previews of the image with a "DEMO" label on them until you are satisfied with the final image. When you are satisfied you pay and then I send the image without the "DEMO" label on it.
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September 17, 2012, 12:24:55 PM
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Hello,
Those examples are Cyan & Red layer moving. This is flat 3D, the price is not very appealing for this.

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September 17, 2012, 06:55:15 PM
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Hello,
Those examples are Cyan & Red layer moving. This is flat 3D, the price is not very appealing for this.



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It is NOT flat 3D the way that I do it. I JUST explained that I simulate stereoscopic 3D with depth-maps (aka bump-mapping). OBVIOUSLY it's not true stereoscopic 3D because it CAN'T be true coming from a single source image, but it is damn close enough to not be able to tell the difference and it is the ONLY option for people who wish to have a single source image converted.

And, how is roughly $2 USD not an appealing price for having a 2D image converted to 3D...?

If you don't believe I'm capable of doing a professional job, challenge me. Send me a picture you'd like to have converted and I will show you what I am capable of.

My service offers nothing to lose because you don't pay until you're satisfied, so there's no risk and I believe my prices to be MORE than fair.

I think the real issue here and the reason why you are talking shit is because I called you out in your "I'll teach you how to be a hacker for 0.70 BTC" thread... Which apparently should be titled "I'll teach you how to DDoS for 0.70 BTC", which incidentally is over-charging being that anyone who cared to could learn to DDoS in less than 5 minutes with a simple Google search...

As an original member (15+ years) of the Legion of Ethical Hackers I know a fake hacker when I see one...
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September 17, 2012, 07:23:36 PM
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Sorry sir,
All I see is blah-blah-blah  Cheesy



Also, as I'm considering this service really expensive for what is it, I'm offering the same service, except that you'll pay 0.09 BTC / Anaglyph

Example just made :
http://i48.tinypic.com/n4cc41.jpg



That kind of images are visible with RED & CYAN glasses :
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e7/Anaglyph_glasses.png


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September 17, 2012, 07:41:52 PM
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Sorry sir,
All I see is blah-blah-blah  Cheesy



Also, as I'm considering this service really expensive for what is it, I'm offering the same service, except that you'll pay 0.09 BTC / Anaglyph

Example just made :




That kind of images are visible with RED & CYAN glasses :



Bye

Not impressed... Here's one I just did:



Bye...
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September 17, 2012, 08:23:27 PM
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Here's another from my older work:



Note how the color is perfectly maintained. This one doesn't use my bump-mapping method so it suffers a bit of the "flatness" that you were talking about earlier and my convergence settings were a little too aggressive which is causing a bit of retinal rivalry, but it STILL looks better than n00dle's example, LOL...
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September 26, 2012, 03:11:07 AM
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bumping for interest
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