Once I have the two 3000×3000 pixel images, I combine them into a single 6000×3000 image, with the “left” image on the left, and “right” on the right.
Now that I have the basic formula down, I might try making more of these later.
Let’s just say I have about a dozen failed experiments to get this one right.
Update Star has been tested to meet all of the technical requirements to be compatible with Windows 10, 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, 2008, and Windows XP, 32 bit and 64 bit editions.
Simply double-click the downloaded file to install it.
You want to use “Dolly Camera” with focal length 25mm (a wide angle lens) and Roll (z-axis spin) at 0.
Render however you want, but do not use depth of field, everything must be in focus. If you make it bigger, you will have to adjust the dimensions of the black field accordingly.
To view it, download the full 6000×3000 image to your computer, connect your Oculus Go to the PC using a USB cable. Open up VR-Headset Drive, internal shared storage, and “Pictures” folder, and drop the beachside3D image into this folder.
Put on the headset, open the “Gallery”, then “On this device”, then select the beachside3D image, then click on the 2D projection in the corner, and change it to 3D 180 projection. Creating the Image These instructions are for Poser, but you should be able to figure it out with DAZ Studio or any other 3D Rendering software.
The result is a beautiful 3D image seen at the top of this post. First, you need a 3D set with a decent amount of complexity and depth.
Then a subject matter that is positioned front and center.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Old Time Pottery for IZEA. This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Old Time Potteryfor IZEA. As most of you know, my husband Tim is currently in graduate school for mental health…