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Veins of Gold 3DEggs 3D (Just for Fun)Eggs
Eggs 3D (Just for Fun)
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Description: When I do image renders, I save the depth data from the image, and can re-create a mostly complete 3D image of the rendered data.
So just for fun, I thought I'd upload a sample of that for the previous "Eggs" image I uploaded.

This way you can (kind of) enjoy the image in 3D. :)
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Posted by: AranLeer January 20, 2021, 09:57:02 PM

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kosalos
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January 21, 2021, 06:21:40 AM
you said: "When I do image renders, I save the depth data from the image, and can re-create a mostly complete 3D image of the rendered data".
I use a different method: divide the image texture in two regions vertically and use different camera positions for each, so that the stereo render is made directly, at same speed as a 2D render.
I end up rendering in stereo style 95% of the time. So much more detail is visible when you do.
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January 21, 2021, 03:36:46 PM
Haha yes :)

If I wanted to do a full 3D render, I would split the image and render both views individually.

For these pictures, I was only rendering the image from a single viewpoint, but because I save the depth data, it allows me to take an image I intended to only be a single viewpoint, and transform it into a 3D image by shifting the pixels sideways instead of re-rending the image from different perspectives.

So if I was wanting to do 3D images from the start, they would look a LOT nicer if I rendered them split like you said.
But this is just a nice bonus viewpoint for images that I didn't intend to be 3D in the first place :)
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January 21, 2021, 04:22:46 PM
Also - doing a full 3D render for this kind of image would even give it 3D reflections and specularity. So if you want to make the image 3D, it is WAY nicer to do it 3D from the start like you said :)

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