Blue Man’s Singing Voice

We’re getting closer to having some sing-alongs, so is this voice good enough for the Blue Man?


Wee Wee Wee View

Let’s start our fun analysis of the Weeview 3D camera. First, let’s determine how far away from the camera the depth perception stops, since it has a 45mm stereo base, which is significantly less than the separation of our human eyes. Also, let’s check the quality of the microphone. Lastly, let’s look for any new weird distortions after the barrel distortion has been removed and the height cropped to a little less than 100 degrees, then composited into this 360 3D video.

Viewable in 2D or 3D.

Final Adjustments

I made some final adjustments to the new bike.
I recorded this video at 720 60p with another old 3D camcorder that I haven’t used in years, a Toshiba Camileo Z100. Although I shot the video down near the lake in the Santa Fe Dam Recreational Area, the background photos were shot with my cell phone up on the bike trail over the dam.

Viewable in 2D, 3D and 360° virtual reality with spatial tracking audio.

Software and Gear I use to create my 360° 3D VR videos with spatial tracking audio:
Blender (
Zoom H2n Handy Recorder (
Sony AX33 4K Handycam (
Homemade image-splitter (
Sony TD30 3D camcorder (
Fujifilm W3 3D camera (
(Dual) Canon VIXIA HF R400 (
Homemade BASIC Stamp Sync Monitor
Movie Studio Platinum (
Reaper (
myFFmpeg (
Spatial Media Metadata Injector (
sView (

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You’ve Got Five Minutes!

Viewable in 2D, 3D and 360° Virtual Reality.

I’m sorry it has come down to this, but as I explain in the 3D video in this scene, I have decided to limit the length of my 360° 3D virtual reality YouTube videos to five minutes.
I have introduced X and Y axis rotations to the imagery to make it more fun to look around the scene.