|3D lenticular printing technology
The article provides basic information about the 3D lenticular printing technology and its history. The author explains the principles of 3D image creation with the help of this technology.
|ABC of the lenticular 3D printing
The aurthor of the article goes deep into the subject of stereo image production explaining the basic notions and terms.
|3d dimension of the photograph, Part 1
The article explains the mechanism of 3D image production including different methods of stereo shooting as well as the overview of the equipment.
|3d dimension of the photograph, Part 2
This is Part 2 of the previous artcile. In this article various methods of viewing stereo images are described in detail, among them: viewing with the stereoscope, paralel and cross-eyed viewing methods, viewing with 3D glasses, glasses-free 3D technology.
|Artwork tips for lenticular printing
The article gives a short description of various possible effects for lenticular images as well as recommendations for source images that will help you get the best result.
|Fade and morphing (differences)
The article explains the differences between the fade and morphing effects that can be achieved with the help of the Triaxes Morpher software.
|Lenticular Design Tips for Digital Inkjet production from DP Lenticular
Useful lenticular design tips from lenticular professionals.
|Triaxes StereoTracer program for Looking Glass Holographic displays
The article decribes different ways to create a 3D photo for viewing on Looking Glass holographic displays with the help of Triaxes StereoTracer.
|Manual depth map creation
3D image creation requires information about the scene depth. If you are working with a stereo image (stereo pair) you can create a depthmap with the help of the special program, for example Triaxes StereoTracer. However, if you want to create a 3D image out of a 2D one, you will have to draw such a depthmap manually. This article will explain how to do that in detail.
|Using 3D MPO stereo pair to create glasses-free 3D lenticular photo
The article explains in brief how to create a 3D lenticular photo that can be watched without special glasses out of a stereo pair using Triaxes StereoTracer.
|Create Your Own Lenticular 3D Prints
The author of the article shares his experience in home production of 3D lenticular pictures and gives advice on how to avoid cruical mistakes.
|Images with zoom effect (scaling)
This short note describes 2 methods of image creation with the zoom effect (scaling) using 3DMasterKit or 3DMasterKit and a third-party graphics editor.
|The easiest way to create 3D photo (using Google Camera app)
The article gives detailed instructions on how to easily create a 3D image using a smartphone with Android 4.4., the Lens Blur mode (Google Camera) and Triaxes StereoTracer.
|How to combine 3D series and flip objects
This short article explains how to combine the 3D and flip effects in one picture. In this example a flip logo is added to the 3D image.
|How to combine flip background and 3D objects
This short article explains how to combine the 3D and flip effects in one picture. In this example the author shows how to place 3D objects over the flip background.
|StereoTracer: Fine tuning of the rendering settings
The tutorial shows how to convert a stereo pair to 3D using different rendering settings. The author draws special attention to generation parameters and explains how these parameters influence the final result.
|Direct UV lenticular printing
The article shows the details of direct lenticular printing with the help of UV plotters and Triaxes Legend.
|Creating lenticular images with motion effect
The article describes the process of image creation with the motion effect. The author also investigates why clean-cut transition between frames is not always possible and suggests the solution to the problem.
|From Stereo Pair to Lenticular Print
The author of this tutorial describes the process of lenticular image production out of a stereo pair using Triaxes StereoTracer, and also explains how one can change the default settings to get better results.
|2D-3D conversion with Triaxes 3DMasterKit
The tutorial explains in detail how to convert 2D image to 3D with the help of Triaxes 3DMasterKit v.10 and how to eliminate flaws that might occur in the process of conversion.
|Creating 3D still life for anaglyph or lenticular viewing
In this tutorial Daniel Richards, Canadian artist, shares his secrets of 3D image creation using a 2D digital photo which was altered into a digital painting. Special attention is drawn to how to control the light and build the composition of the scene while shooting.
|What's new in Triaxes StereoTracer 8
The article describes in detail the new functions of StereoTracer 8: automatic frame number calculation mode, new frame generation mode enabling to save to files on a hard drive, new packet processing mode, compression level adjustment, etc.
|What’s new in Triaxes 3DMasterKit 9
The article describes in detail the new functions of 3DMasterKit v.9: automatic depth map generation for layers, depth map editing in a third-party editor, setting the image page bleed that can prevent white edging, adjusting alignment marks to the specified size by only 1 click, etc.
|What’s new in Triaxes 3DMasterKit 8
A revolutionary-new version of 3DMasterKit had been edgily waited for. This article gives an overview of the newest functions available: automatic mode of frame number calculation, new Picture layout dialog (alignment marks with advanced settings, centering marks, crop marks), Move instrument for the relative shift of the source frames, and much more.
|DepthGate for Glasses free video: Advanced Multiview Generation.
The article is devoted to Triaxes DepthGate allowing to convert conventional 3D (for watching with glasses) into glasses-free video formats (2D+Z, multiview) intended for different models of autostereoscopic displays. The author demonstrates how the software solves quite a difficult task when video contains transparent objects that are difficult to deal with for conversion algorithms.
|Stereoscopes as an alternative for the 3D lenticular photo.
The article is devoted to stereoscopes that can become an alternative for the 3D lenticular photo. The author explains how to easily create stereoscope cards using 3DMasterKit, and also offers a ready business idea with the use of this product.
Stamptex – Polish company creating stereo/flip produce of good quiality.
Depthmask – professional depth maps.
http://3dlivevue.com/ – software for quick 3D photo production with the help of the green screen.