Why We Don’t Go To The Beach In The Winter

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Again adventuring out into the real world, calculating a normal-looking stereo base for my dual Canon 3D rig, in this video I’d like to explain why Janice and I usually don’t go to the beach in the winter.


I Am Not Going To Get Fat!

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This is my first adventure out into the real world, calculating a stereo base for my dual Canon 3D rig, using settings for a cubic illusion, but staying within the limits of a 2-inch to a 5-inch stereoscopic lens separation, which insures the scene will look “normal”.

Making It Look Real

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Making sure my dual Canon 3D rig is properly set up before I get too serious, the fact that the stereo base was extremely close to human eyes in this scene was only a coincidence, as I explain.
I’m not going to jump to conclusions and say that this technique of calculating the stereo base is a better way to go, because I know getting lucky on a first attempt can happen more often than not.
So, let’s just take this one video at a time, okay?

My New Hobby

I have never been this excited about anything in my life; it’s truly like a religious experience.
After a few years thinking about this, I have finally decided on a new hobby.
I really feel “at peace” with myself over this final decision, and I’m looking forward to enjoying my future.
I hope you will feel my excitement as I tell you about this new hobby in this video.

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2016 VR

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I joke around in my videos quite a bit, pretending to be mad or whatever, but this time I’m not kidding! I am super-pissed!
I picked up a copy of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2016 that includes the virtual reality viewer.
As you can see in this video, I have it assembled and ready to go, but haven’t been able to see the actual VR app, yet.
Also, I used my new water thermometer to check the temperature of our hot tub.