Scratching The Surface


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Since I’ve finally got a virtual reality workflow figured out, and I’m able to cook and serve 360 3D VR YouTube videos faster than hotcakes at IHOP, now it’s time I learn how to introduce stereoscopic depth to flat surfaces in Blender.

This 360 3D VR scene was created in Blender.
The live-action 3D video was recorded with a Sony TD30.
Compositing was done with Sony Movie Studio Platinum 13.

Hot, Dry and Dusty


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Here’s five shots from this morning’s hot, dry and dusty walk. Hopefully I’ve given you enough time to rotate the view and look around.

This 360 3D scene was created in Blender.
The 3D photos were shot with a Fujifilm W3 3D camera.
Compositing was done with Sony Movie Studio Platinum 13.

Not A Morning Person


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The extended weather forecast for the month of October in West Covina, California looks like a hot one, so although I’m not a morning person, starting tomorrow I’ll be taking Janice’s advice by getting up early and getting out of the house.

This 360 3D scene was created in Blender.
The live-action 3D video was recorded with a Sony TD30.
Compositing was done with Sony Movie Studio Platinum 13.

Terrible TV Reception


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Since we don’t have (and don’t want) cable TV, we’ve been using this antenna, which works fine for all but a few of the basic channels.
I just ordered this VHF retrofit kit with hopes it will help with the terrible reception we get with a few channels, and maybe it will also pick up a few more channels.

VHF Retrofit Kit: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00LHFRCMG/

This 360 3D scene was created in Blender.
The live-action 3D video was recorded with a Sony TD30.
Compositing was done with Sony Movie Studio Platinum 13.

The Great Outdoors


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Although I’ve had a lot of fun this week in my rec room, it’s time to get outdoors and look for more adventures, so let’s dim the house lights one more time and watch this video on the high-tech transparent projection screen.
BTW, the 3D video on the projection screen was recorded with my hyper image-splitter, which has a 5-inch stereo base.

Dork


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In this 360° 3D VR video, we are watching a 3D movie in my dimly-lit rec room on my new high-tech transparent projection screen, and because of confusion during editing, I not only look like a dork, I feel like a dork.
I went shopping at Costco last week without using a list, but for reasons I explain in this video, I don’t dare try that this week!