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Old 06-03-2011, 01:00 PM   #1
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I made this a few months ago for one of 3dworldmag.com's monthly challenges (which was to create a 3D world themed product).
It was quite rushed as I only had a day and just thought I'd have a go for fun.
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i like it - had to get my shrek 1 1/2 in 3d out - only dvd i got that has red/blue glasses in it. would be nice if you could use those glasses you have there on print media. looks like the ones you modeled look like "Real3D" glasses - and you need a special screen/ dual projector for them????
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i like it - had to get my shrek 1 1/2 in 3d out - only dvd i got that has red/blue glasses in it. would be nice if you could use those glasses you have there on print media. looks like the ones you modeled look like "Real3D" glasses - and you need a special screen/ dual projector for them????
Yep, thats why it just says "well now you can pretend it is!"
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Yep, thats why it just says "well now you can pretend it is!"
lol now that you mention it. i seen the pretend - it just did not click. i thought you meant pretent it was in 3d when it is only stereoscopic. my bad
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