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Incredible 3D color images of life in 1850s Japan

comment by Xezlec in OldSchoolCool

3 years ago

You're looking for /r/wigglegrams

(That said... /r/crossview master race! Crossing your eyes isn't hard once you do it a few times.)

What subs do you go to for your hobbies?

comment by Why_Do_I_Love_You in AskReddit

3 years, 1 month ago

/r/wigglegrams I like to make these so I check this out everyone in a while

I just discovered SplitDepthGIFS and my mind in blown.

comment by DeviMon1 in gifs

3 years, 5 months ago

/r/wigglegrams has tons of these

I just discovered SplitDepthGIFS and my mind in blown.

comment by loosterbooster in gifs

3 years, 5 months ago

Try /r/wigglegrams also

Cool way to make wigglegrams from a flat image.

comment by zants in InternetIsBeautiful

3 years, 7 months ago

I'm a bit late to the topic but check out /r/wigglegrams if you want to see some.

Need some advice on wiring a multi-camera shutter release circuit.

submission by MolestingMollusk in ElectricalEngineering

3 years, 9 months ago

Hey guys. I am building a triple camera shutter release system for capturing 3d gifs or wigglegrams as some call them. I have already made a system like this before, but I borrowed the cameras and used 3 separate shutter release controllers. It was a huge pain, so i'd like to wire a system that can activate all 3 cameras at once.

Here is a basic wiring diagram that I have. This system would simply combine the 3 shutter release cables inside a box, and then send another cable down to my single release trigger. Very straightforward and simple, but I'm worried.

Do i need resistors? You can also see that diagram a pinout chart includes resistor values that should be added to the chain. I am aware that simply completing the circuit between the + and - on that cable will cause the camera to take a shot, so I think this diagram is more for creating your own fully functional cables on the cheap. The website that I got it from was mostly geared toward that as well.

Is there a chance of frying the cameras? I've heard warnings about doing this kind of thing because there is a chance that the cameras can backfeed electricity through each other and get fried. That would suck. For safety I thought I could simply add diodes to the + and - end of each specific camera's input cable, thus creating a one way circuit (thats how those work right?). Although I am concerned about this, I am also skeptical that a backfeed could even happen. It seems unlikely that the internal circuitry for shutter release and power would be nearby, but I am 100% assuming that.

If anyone knows a better way to do this I would love to hear your ideas, but keep in mind all 3 cameras are going to be mounted to a handheld rig.

Thanks for your time and help.

Need advice on wiring a multi-camera shutter release circuit.

submission by MolestingMollusk in photography

3 years, 9 months ago

Hey guys. I am building a triple camera shutter release system for capturing 3d gifs or wigglegrams as some call them. I have already made a system like this before, but I borrowed the cameras and used 3 separate shutter release controllers. It was a huge pain, so i'd like to wire a system that can activate all 3 cameras at once.

Here is a basic wiring diagram that I have. This system would simply combine the 3 shutter release cables inside a box, and then send another cable down to my single release trigger. Very straightforward and simple, but I'm worried.

Do i need resistors? You can also see that diagram a pinout chart includes resistor values that should be added to the chain. I am aware that simply completing the circuit between the + and - on that cable will cause the camera to take a shot, so I think this diagram is more for creating your own fully functional cables on the cheap. The website that I got it from was mostly geared toward that as well.

Is there a chance of frying the cameras? I've heard warnings about doing this kind of thing because there is a chance that the cameras can backfeed electricity through each other and get fried. That would suck. For safety I thought I could simply add diodes to the + and - end of each specific camera's input cable, thus creating a one way circuit (thats how those work right?). Although I am concerned about this, I am also skeptical that a backfeed could even happen. It seems unlikely that the internal circuitry for shutter release and power would be nearby, but I am 100% assuming that.

If anyone knows a better way to do this I would love to hear your ideas, but keep in mind all 3 cameras are going to be mounted to a handheld rig.

Thanks for your time and help.

Printed 3D color holograph from Google Sketchup data

comment by PhilipT97 in Futurology

3 years, 9 months ago

You might be interested in /r/wigglegrams

3D Nebulae

comment by TheLastHayley in gifs

3 years, 9 months ago

For more of this, check out /r/wigglegrams :D

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