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Welcome to the 3-D Gallery! Here you'll find a selection of stereoscopic images available for viewing in a variety of formats.

requires red/blue anaglyph glasses.

requires that you cross your eyes to view this stereo pair.

requires parallel "free-viewing" for this stereo pair.

requires special LCD glasses.

Happy Viewing! - Bob Mannle


Please DO NOT post or distribute images from this site without written permission for the site administrator or producer of the art work.


Anaglyph

Cross-Eyed

Parallel Viewing

One of the most complex 2-D to 3-D conversions I have done to date. Dealing with lots of transparent items, fog and some very ugly friends made this one very challenging... and lots of fun.
�1997 Bob Mannle
New Vision Technology

   

Anaglyph

A pretty cool image presented by Goodyear. As a lenticular we limited our depth to only go "back". In spite of this, the image maintained pretty good depth and a pretty fierce message!

The red type pretty well dictated that I show this in monotone anaglyph.

 

Bob Mannle
New Vision Technology


Anaglyph

Cross-Eyed

Parallel Viewing

The Lost World - A sequel to the famous Jurassic park movie will be hitting the theatres this summer. I had the opportunity to produce the first two prototype 3-D lenticular movie posters for this image but unfortunately lost the project to Kodak in the end. The loss is really that of Universal Studio's as those with any stereoscopic awareness will clearly see that this image is far better than the image Kodak produced for the project... it's a long story :-(

The dino image was photographed and provided by the client while the rocks were computer generated on the Mac with "Electric Image". This was my first experience using a Mac and I must say that Electric Image is quite an impressive animation and rendering system. To begin with, the rock models contain 484,000 polygons which absolutely gave me fits with both Lightwave and Imagine (my PC programs). In addition, the mapping procedure that EI uses for mapping bitmaps onto surfaces appears to be far superior to that of my other software. For more information about Electric Image just point your browser to www.electricimage.com.
Bob Mannle
New Vision Technology


Anaglyph

Very dynamic and realistic conversion of this fellow. This was ultimately produced as a large lenticular image... had great depth and impact!

Had to convert this to a monotone anaglyph due to the wide use of red in the image.

 

Bob Mannle
New Vision Technology


Anaglyph

Seems to be our beverage area... This very dynamic photo presented some interesting challenges for 2D to 3D conversion. Nevertheless, given enough time and blood... it turned out remarkably well.

This was ultimately made into a large lenticular that had great depth and was very realistic!

Once again the colors dictated that this be shown as a monotone anaglyph.

Bob Mannle
New Vision Technology





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