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Lighting Test 3 & Stereoscopy . . Oh, the things I manage to get myself into during winter break... Okay, smarty britches, here you go. Not content to just gaze upon my awesome Lego skills, you have to find the glaring oversight in my lighting and let everyone else in on the secret! Thanks. I've addressed that in this picture. Here you can see my simple lighting setup. The black bricks on the green plate make up a camera cradle that holds the camera perfectly in position relative to the subject to avoid blur. This is very important in dark pictures. Overhead is a powerful LED flashlight filtering through a red guitar pick. Sometimes you just use what you have on hand. The transparent bricks hold it in position over the scene and free up my hands. Behind is a simple two-headed LED reading light. You know, the kind that clamps onto your book cover. The one on the right is filtering through some trans blue bricks. And this is the second stereoscopic 3D image on MOCpages using the "Cross-eyed" method. I can't believe someone beat me to it, but this creation posted in 2009 was the first. The effect doesn't seem to work quite properly, however, and I think that the images were placed backwards. At any rate, in order to see this image in 3D, you'll need to look at the image and slowly relax your eyes and cross them. Try to make the pictures line up in the middle. If you get it right, the image will become clear and will appear in 3D. If you're having trouble, try out this video: it may help you understand the effect. This doesn't work for everyone, so if you can't get it to work, tough luck. ;)

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