want to see your models in Stereoscopic 3D? It only takes a second.
You basically are going composite 2 images with your mind, left and right eye will see a different image. you're tricking you brain basically.
It's easy to do when you have a bunch in a row like this. Just cross your eyes a little till each pair next to each-other cross over into 1 new one. You will then see a whole row of Stereoscopic bugs with 2 blurred ones on the ends. If you try to look at them you will loose your focus.
It can take a long time to learn (talking possibly hours, sometimes seconds)
The further they are apart the more eye straining it is. Stick to it and you will eventually be able to just pop into it and focus immediately. Even with random similar objects (like your finger tips)
Oh ya, and a quick script I made...hope it works for other people. I'm running at 1920x1200 so my doc is kinda big.
just put your model on the left edge. scale it till it's about 1/7 the width of the doc and hit run.
Easy enough to make if it doesn't work. start with ztool small enough on the Left and start recording
2:[alt down]pan to right, shift to constrain
3:rotate to the right a little
5:end recording when you cant do 1.
Can also just do 2 big ones side by side. I just like to see more angles at once.
Some videos to help if ya need it.
Would be way cool to tumble interactively with 2 side by side with a small rotation offset. Maybe someday.
If cross stereo is new to you...Have fun!
Would love to see some sculpts in stereo!