When virtual reality appeared, and was extremely expensive, Randy Pausch created a project called "Virtual Reality for $5 a Day".
So, now that we're in the days when "3d tv without the glassses " techology is being developed, i've decided to try making the poor man's 3d without glasses experience. I'm not nearly as smart as Randy Pausch was but i think i may be on to something.
This is made of two frames played one after the other at 48 frames per second (if flash can really do that).
The weird thing is that i accidentally gave it two focal points.
of course, after posting this i found a bunch of this kind of stuff HERE. B U T ! i made mine using just one camera and adjusted the images in photoshop (that's where the multiple focal points came from). so, my method is cheaper and more flexible. oh yeah.
of course my next step will be to do a longer animation - add motion. maybe tomorrow.
Mikhail Grigorevich was born in Kiev, Ukraine, and relocated to Brooklyn, New York at an early age.
There, he briefly attended Abraham Lincoln High School (famous for such alumni as Joseph Heller, Harvey Keitel, and Neil Diamond, as well as its appearance in the acclaimed Spike Lee film "He Got Game") before moving on to work as a decorative painter.
Today, Mikhail is a freelance Animation and Video artist, operating out of Sheepshead Bay.