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I’ve noticed a lot of people posting on YouTube that they cannot understand how to view 3D clips in cross-eyed mode. For those of you who would like to learn more, the cross-eyed method of viewing a 3D image, or video, or object is called Stereoscopy . And a nice video tutorial on how to view Cross-Eyed videos can be found here . The great advantage? You don’t need glasses and you get the same image 3D effect.

Check it out and enjoy. :grin:

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DanielKeller says

I don’t get it…. ofc it’s sharp for my eyes, but I don’t see the difference of seeing a normal video with this one

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I don’t get it…. ofc it’s sharp for my eyes, but I don’t see the difference of seeing a normal video with this one

You have to interlace the images, meaning cross-eye your vision until one image overlaps the other. The image really looks like it’s fully 3D! :O

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I’ve noticed a lot of people posting on YouTube that they cannot understand how to view 3D clips in cross-eyed mode. For those of you who would like to learn more, the cross-eyed method of viewing a 3D image, or video, or object is called Stereoscopy . And a nice video tutorial on how to view Cross-Eyed videos can be found here . The great advantage? You don’t need glasses and you get the same image 3D effect. Check it out and enjoy. :grin:

Why is everyone talking about cross-eyed 3d method across all the forums today? Is it something new? I don’t think so!

Anyways, I just tried this with a lot of other cross-eyed 3d imagery and I was astounded. At first, it looks so magical!

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I’ve noticed a lot of people posting on YouTube that they cannot understand how to view 3D clips in cross-eyed mode. For those of you who would like to learn more, the cross-eyed method of viewing a 3D image, or video, or object is called Stereoscopy . And a nice video tutorial on how to view Cross-Eyed videos can be found here . The great advantage? You don’t need glasses and you get the same image 3D effect. Check it out and enjoy. :grin:

Why is everyone talking about cross-eyed 3d method across all the forums today? Is it something new? I don’t think so!

Anyways, I just tried this with a lot of other cross-eyed 3d imagery and I was astounded. At first, it looks so magical!

It’s not new. I knew it’s called stereoscopy and played with it a long long time before it came on YouTube. I thought you guys would like to know as well! :)

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outandouter says
I’ve noticed a lot of people posting on YouTube that they cannot understand how to view 3D clips in cross-eyed mode. For those of you who would like to learn more, the cross-eyed method of viewing a 3D image, or video, or object is called Stereoscopy . And a nice video tutorial on how to view Cross-Eyed videos can be found here . The great advantage? You don’t need glasses and you get the same image 3D effect. Check it out and enjoy. :grin:

Why is everyone talking about cross-eyed 3d method across all the forums today? Is it something new? I don’t think so!

Anyways, I just tried this with a lot of other cross-eyed 3d imagery and I was astounded. At first, it looks so magical!
It’s not new. I knew it’s called stereoscopy and played with it a long long time before it came on YouTube. I thought you guys would like to know as well! :)

Well, I think its stunning. It gives an awesome 3D effect. I was wondering if its okay to watch a whole 2 hours movie while cross-eyed or play a game with this technique?

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when I was a kid, we had some papers with some graphics on it and I could easilly turn them into 3D images, but looking at the monitor, nah! I couldn’t! I even tried fining those OLD papers I used to play with and nope, no use!

I prefer the glasses! I tried for 15 minutes and I have a bad headache now! I crossed my eyes out you could say!!! :D

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I’ve noticed a lot of people posting on YouTube that they cannot understand how to view 3D clips in cross-eyed mode. For those of you who would like to learn more, the cross-eyed method of viewing a 3D image, or video, or object is called Stereoscopy . And a nice video tutorial on how to view Cross-Eyed videos can be found here . The great advantage? You don’t need glasses and you get the same image 3D effect. Check it out and enjoy. :grin:

Why is everyone talking about cross-eyed 3d method across all the forums today? Is it something new? I don’t think so!

Anyways, I just tried this with a lot of other cross-eyed 3d imagery and I was astounded. At first, it looks so magical!
It’s not new. I knew it’s called stereoscopy and played with it a long long time before it came on YouTube. I thought you guys would like to know as well! :)
Well, I think its stunning. It gives an awesome 3D effect. I was wondering if its okay to watch a whole 2 hours movie while cross-eyed or play a game with this technique?

I for one did watch a whole movie like this ( NO GLASSES , ) but this was after a lot of time of practice before. The problem is that your eye muscles are not used to keep your eyes in that position ( basically unnatural ) so you might start to feel pain similar to muscle cramps, but after a while of playing with this technique you will totally adjust to keeping your eyes crossed.

Here are a few tips from me:
- Keep your face/eyes perpendicular to the screen or image you are looking at.
- The bigger the image the further away you should be from it in order to achieve this effect with success and not have problems focusing. For example if you are watching the default YouTube video size, you should be at least 15-30CM distance away from it.

I watched a movie on my 2 screens, and had to sit in bed in order to view it to it’s full potential.

Hey, guys , look at the bright side. We are officially sending the 3D Cinema business to hell. We can view’em at home :D now cinema required (kidding)

when I was a kid, we had some papers with some graphics on it and I could easilly turn them into 3D images, but looking at the monitor, nah! I couldn’t! I even tried fining those OLD papers I used to play with and nope, no use! I prefer the glasses! I tried for 15 minutes and I have a bad headache now! I crossed my eyes out you could say!!! :D

Try the tips I wrote above. Keep your face perpendicular to the image and keep the required distance for the image. Don’t be to close, nor to far. Your eyes will lock in that position once you are in the correct position.

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I’ve noticed a lot of people posting on YouTube that they cannot understand how to view 3D clips in cross-eyed mode. For those of you who would like to learn more, the cross-eyed method of viewing a 3D image, or video, or object is called Stereoscopy . And a nice video tutorial on how to view Cross-Eyed videos can be found here . The great advantage? You don’t need glasses and you get the same image 3D effect. Check it out and enjoy. :grin:

Why is everyone talking about cross-eyed 3d method across all the forums today? Is it something new? I don’t think so!

Anyways, I just tried this with a lot of other cross-eyed 3d imagery and I was astounded. At first, it looks so magical!
It’s not new. I knew it’s called stereoscopy and played with it a long long time before it came on YouTube. I thought you guys would like to know as well! :)
Well, I think its stunning. It gives an awesome 3D effect. I was wondering if its okay to watch a whole 2 hours movie while cross-eyed or play a game with this technique?

I for one did watch a whole movie like this ( NO GLASSES , ) but this was after a lot of time of practice before. The problem is that your eye muscles are not used to keep your eyes in that position ( basically unnatural ) so you might start to feel pain similar to muscle cramps, but after a while of playing with this technique you will totally adjust to keeping your eyes crossed.

Here are a few tips from me:
- Keep your face/eyes perpendicular to the screen or image you are looking at.
- The bigger the image the further away you should be from it in order to achieve this effect with success and not have problems focusing. For example if you are watching the default YouTube video size, you should be at least 15-30CM distance away from it.

I watched a movie on my 2 screens, and had to sit in bed in order to view it to it’s full potential.

Hey, guys , look at the bright side. We are officially sending the 3D Cinema business to hell. We can view’em at home :D now cinema required (kidding)

when I was a kid, we had some papers with some graphics on it and I could easilly turn them into 3D images, but looking at the monitor, nah! I couldn’t! I even tried fining those OLD papers I used to play with and nope, no use! I prefer the glasses! I tried for 15 minutes and I have a bad headache now! I crossed my eyes out you could say!!! :D
Try the tips I wrote above. Keep your face perpendicular to the image and keep the required distance for the image. Don’t be to close, nor to far. Your eyes will lock in that position once you are in the correct position.

Haha, thanks for the tip.

Are there some games that I can try out with this technique? I can get the movies though!

Also, I believe that the upcoming Nintendo 3DS uses the same technique for “3D Without Glasses”, doesn’t it?

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DanielKeller says

I cannot cross my eyes… D’OH :P

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