He gave a presentation on converting 2d to 3d at the May 30, 2020 NYSA meeting. His website has some nice tutorials.
http://3dstereophoto.blogspot.com/ Automatic depth map generation, stereo matching, multi-view stereo, Structure from Motion (SfM), photogrammetry, 2d to 3d conversion, etc. Check the “3D Software” tab for my free 3d software. Turn photos into paintings like impasto oil paintings, cel shaded cartoons, or watercolors. Check the “Painting Software” tab for my image-based … More Ugo Capeto’s 3D Conversion and Paint
Perhaps the currently most famous stereo photographer, he has published several books of 3D photography. He has invented the Owl viewer. While working towards his Phd in Astrophysics at Imperial College London, he took a hiatus to play in a rock band. In August 2007 he submitted his thesis, was … More Brian May
Old Stereoscopic webcam, outputs anaglyph so it can be used with Zoom, Skype, etc. Yes, you can use an anaglyph background with this.Wikipedia The updated drives are not online, as this is not supported anymore. We have what we think are the latest drivers on our groups.io file section.You will … More MINORU 3D WEBCAM
From Wikipedia: “Alfred A. Hart (1816–1908) was a 19th-century American photographer for the Central Pacific Railroad. Hart was the official photographer of the western half of the first transcontinental railroad, for which he took 364 historic stereoviews of the railroad construction in the 1860s. Hart sold his negatives to Carleton Watkins, who continued to publish the … More Alfred A. Hart
Images which make up the photo collection of Jeffrey Kraus quote “The impetus for this site was my desire to provide a comprehensive presentation of the New York City stereoviews produced by E. Anthony and E. & H.T. Anthony. Once I decided to produce the site, I then decided to … More Antique Photographics Collections
long established discussion forum
Minimal guide on methods to view stereoscopic images, with samples.
The ISU is a club of individual 3D enthusiasts as well as a club of stereo clubs. Members come from over 40 countries world-wide.
George Themelis sells equipment as “Dr. T”