On 3DJournal you can read how to convert ordinary 2D photos into 3D. But here we will talk about something a little different - we will modify 2D objects in photos so that we can move and rotate them as if they were spatial.
Over time, a number of attempts have been made to offer users the best possible 3D images. One of these has emerged relatively recently - it works on a similar principle to anaglyph, but offers a higher quality colour rendering. Special glasses are needed.
Are you already shooting in 3D, stereoscopically? And do you ever find that when you shoot 3D photos, the result is not to your liking? For example, the photos are distorted because of the rotation or you didn't estimate how much to move the camera or the phone between the first and second photo? We have an easy solution for you!
3DJournalDX software allows you to create 3D images for free - from ordinary 2D images or photos. On the following lines you can find out where to download it for free and how to use it. We will not only talk about the basic functions, but also offer some tips and tricks.
3D video and 3D movies can be watched not only on 3D TVs, which are becoming increasingly popular, but also on the popular YouTube website. In fact, YouTube directly supports 3D videos and allows you to not only upload them, but then also switch between different quality levels and different ways of viewing them. So how do you upload your own 3D video to YouTube?