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3D Your Own Eyes, No More Glasses

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posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 08:08 PM
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Ahh the humanity


Who's got two thumbs and needs glasses to see 3D? Not this guy! Francois Vogel's figured out a way to remove those pesky spectacles from the equation, and he's ready to revolutionize the stereoscopic industry forever. Sure, you'll need a monitor with a 120Hz refresh rate, but that's a prerequisite these days anyhow, and the rest is sweet, sticky gravy dished directly to your eyeballs. Get a sneak peek at the game-changing tech in the video above, and keep an eye out for unicorns (we're sure they're around here somewhere). You'll never look at 3D the same way again, we promise.

www.engadget.com...
WTF man, that is just freaky looking! Who the hell would want to sit through 2 hours of that?
Kudos for thinking outside of the box I guess, but....
Oh no, I bet these things start getting sold on the black market for recreational 3d trips.


spec
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posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 08:12 PM
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This was a viral ad (a hoax basically) I cant find the sources right now but its a joke honestly...



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 08:13 PM
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thats obviously a joke....

and i laughed very long and very hard.



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 08:14 PM
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This is a wind up


I was PMSL at the video



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 08:16 PM
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i can only imagine the what kind of technology the government has hidden if a private french citizen can manipulate electrical impulses to your brain with external implants to create 3d images.

what if a power surge blows your nerves and you lose the ability to open your eyes.

if cell phones are dangerous, then i can only imagine what these things are doing to your nervous system.



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 08:22 PM
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This has NWO, mental programing all over it.
Seriously, guys, if you want 3D, just do as I have been doing for ages. Using food coloring, drop a few drops of red dye in one eye, and then drop a few drops of blue dye in the other. Bang, instant 3D.


On a serious note, I am not really into the 3D technology, mainly out of paranoia of system. After learning about all the crap in the food and water, corrupt business, et al., I am just leery of anything they are pushing mainstream. I am fine with my old TV. Nonetheless, interesting post.



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 08:23 PM
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Clearly a joke people, use your brains. Pretty damn hilarious though, i couldn't imagine that not feeling like you were having a seizure if it was ever actually developed



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 08:24 PM
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Using food coloring, drop a few drops of red dye in one eye, and then drop a few drops of blue dye in the other. Bang, instant 3D.

Star for creativity, and making me chuckle



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 08:26 PM
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We have the Nintendo 3DS for this..... way more comfortable I would guess lol.



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 08:26 PM
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And I suppose if you're watching a porno,
you can just jam one of those electrodes....

nevermind,

or make a full body suit out of them and turn it on full blast !!

(can't believe I thought it was real)


G.
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posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 08:27 PM
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what if a power surge blows your nerves and you lose the ability to open your eyes.

Sounds like it would make a good Fringe episode



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 08:34 PM
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well there is a way to make an image look 3d without anything but your eyes

example:
img827.imageshack.us...

stare at the picture, and cross your eyes until you see 3 pictures side by side. then focus on the one in the middle until it clears up. you cant be too close to your monitor for this.. if it doesnt work at first, move back from your screen a bit.

if you get it to work, you'll see the image jumps out at you and looks like you could touch it

you can do this with any picture, as long as they are side by side like this and high quality
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posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 09:11 PM
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Oh dear, I reallllyy hope the OP and teh subsequent people who thought this was real, are pulling our legs... Honestly?!??! LMAO...

But they are making glass-less 3D monitors, using lenticular lenses. The effects are varied and you don't have the option of much movement from the 'sweet' spot but apparently the results are worth people spending time investigating.

Also using the same technology, they are making 3D cameras that had a display on the back that allows you to actually view the image in 3D, but unfortunately, you need to send the images off to the company to print out on special lenticular prints in order to have them physically.

I still like the above posters method, proper stereography. Back in the old days they had a device called a stereograph which used this images, and separated the 2 images on front of your eyes, so you didn't need to manually cross your eyes, and instead it was like looking into pair of binoculars that gave you a good representation of a 3D image.

But then, if people believe this was real (this thread) and some of you even go so far as to say that it scares you because the boogie NWO man, stick to your transistor radios, your black and white tv and we'll leave ya to it


link to 3d monitors
www.pcworld.com...



posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 09:22 PM
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Originally posted by MurrayTORONTO
well there is a way to make an image look 3d without anything but your eyes

example:
img827.imageshack.us...

stare at the picture, and cross your eyes until you see 3 pictures side by side. then focus on the one in the middle until it clears up. you cant be too close to your monitor for this.. if it doesnt work at first, move back from your screen a bit.

if you get it to work, you'll see the image jumps out at you and looks like you could touch it

you can do this with any picture, as long as they are side by side like this and high quality
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Yeah that's old news.


Have you heard of the 3DS? If I recall correctly it uses pixels that from the right angle sends half the pixels from the screen to the left eye and the other half to the right eye at different speed to create the 3d effect without glasses.

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posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 02:38 AM
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soooo

insted of looking like a nob in the glasses you can now look like your off your tits on something



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 03:13 AM
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I have been working with 3d parallel viewing (cross eyed viewing) for some time now.

Here is a video, I created some time back. By using the same method as outlined by MurrayTORONTO, you should then hopefully see a 3d image.

If watching on YouTube be sure to select 'parallel viewing' on the 3d tab.

Unfortunately YT compresses and stretches the pictures, the original photo's are a lot better.


Fox.



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 12:52 PM
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Originally posted by Foxoutfoxing
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I have been working with 3d parallel viewing (cross eyed viewing) for some time now.

Here is a video, I created some time back. By using the same method as outlined by MurrayTORONTO, you should then hopefully see a 3d image.

If watching on YouTube be sure to select 'parallel viewing' on the 3d tab.

Unfortunately YT compresses and stretches the pictures, the original photo's are a lot better.


Fox.

awesome! i was trying to do this one day in adobe premiere but i had no idea what i was doing. if only it was as easy as photoshop


cheers
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posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 06:01 PM
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Originally posted by gypsychology909
And I suppose if you're watching a porno,
you can just jam one of those electrodes....

nevermind,

or make a full body suit out of them and turn it on full blast !!

(can't believe I thought it was real)


G.
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Society is -way- ahead of you. www.pcmag.com...


Finally, there is an emerging area called cyberdildonics, which relates to interactive gear and toys that can enhance the online cybersex experience with actual physical sensations. Vivid Entertainment, the world's biggest producer of adult films, for example, has been experimenting with cyberdildonics. Proud of its reputation as a company that's been on the frontline of technology, it has a functioning $200 Cyber Sex Suit — a neoprene bodysuit with 36 electronic sensors in the chest, inner thighs, and other erogenous zones that transmit heat, cold, and vibrations. A person can send a signal to a DVD player via a remote, which then goes over the Internet, into the wearer's computer, and to the suit via a connector. Vivid Entertainment's lawyers, however, fear that someone might have a heart attack while wearing the suit, so the company has put it on the shelf for the near future.


The article is from September, 2001.

I also recall a random E episode I saw one time, back before 2007 that was dealing with some of the various cultural aspects of Japan - one of those being a suit, similar to the ones described, being developed for online social interactions.

That said - 'goggle-less' 3d has been around for some time, and has only recently become remotely marketable. It seems a bit too limited for me, honestly. I'd rather put the money into a true, quality LED display over 3d that kinda-sorta works if you're in the right spot. I watch movies as a social thing, and those are going to be some of the larger 3d markets (that, and games - but consoles are going to have to grow some more powerful graphics units to use 3d displays without sacrificing quite a bit of detail).

The 3ds is certainly an interesting (and tempting) buy - but I've got priorities ahead of that.

I knew it was only a matter of time before they tried the "virtual boy" again, though. I used to have one of those (probably still do, somewhere) - and while the console was certainly a marketing failure - I honestly found it to be quite enjoyable. Although the red-only got a little old....



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 10:08 PM
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www.macworld.com...




It hasn’t even been a year since 3D televisions and their accompanying 3D glasses began hitting store shelves, but a development by Toshiba is already threatening to make the 3D glasses obsolete. Last week, the company became the first major television maker to announce TVs that produce pictures with the illusion of depth but don’t require glasses.

its work in progress



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 10:16 PM
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HAHAHA Man I laughed so hard. I knew what the joke was going to be once he talked about shutter glasses as opposed to stereo glasses but still seeing it was just hilarious.



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