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Wiggle Stereoscopy

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Take two photos of the same subject from slightly different angles. Merge the two photos into a single looped, animated gif to create a wiggle stereoscopic image that simulates 3-D. A very good tutorial explaining the full process can be found on Martin Sutherland's website.

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He stood so still

He stood so still while the world moved on around him.

Just a little animated gif made from two shots I took walking past this gentleman staring so intently at his phone. He didn’t move a bit but because I was walking the shot shifted some allowing me to animate …

No Hipsters?

My attempt at this. I’m going to be completely honest here, my reasoning behind the content in this gif was strictly humor based. I found the poster funny. Makes me want to draw a comic featuring a hipster hamster or something.

But in a deeper sense, after looking at …

Moving pictures

This was definitely one of the most difficult assignments, but I knew I wanted to accomplish it. I was so intrigued by the prompt, and I really wanted to do this as one of my visual assignments this week. It took me a while to figure out how to …

The Energizer Energy Forte

For this assignment we were to take two pictures in slightly different positions to create a GIF that would yield a 3D effect. I chose to take two pictures of my car. At first I could decide what to make my subject, but I finally I thought what better muse …

Wiggle Steroscopy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here’s my wiggle steroscopy!

Basically it’s just a two frame gif. I took two pictures at slightly different angles and uploaded them as layers into GIMP. Then just exported it as a gif and here you have it. I do wish …

Wiggle the PUSH Button

“Push” wigglegram animated GIF, by @aforgrave

So I pulled out the 3D Camera app today on the train when I saw some discussion on Twitter about making Wigglegrams using mobile applications in response to the August 2013 Animated GIF Challenge #11. I’ve always enjoyed making wigglegrams using the 3D Camera …

Wiggle

Today August 2013 GIF Challenge #11: Get Your Wiggle on based on ds106 Assignments: Wiggle Stereoscopy

There was a bit of chat on twitter today about using a mobile for the upcoming ds106 headless course. I’ve used an iPhone and iPad for a few assignments and a fair number of …

Lollipop wiggle – #AAG11

Took a little break to make a Dum-Dum wiggle

Thanks to Tina for the 3D app reccomendation

https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/3d-camera/id316966270?mt=8

Rockin’ The Rocks in 3D

California Raisins Rockin’ the Rocks at Stonehenge- 3D Stereo Wigglegram GIF

Another kind of GIF that you can make is a Stereo Wigglegram GIF. You take two pictures that are almost the same except they are taken from two slightly different angles. When they are viewed your brain puts them …

Two Frame GIFfing

For reasons I fail to devise, on my trip I’ve had an eye for making GIFs, maybe it is traveling be train in that motion that is repeated. I’ve been collecting photos that seem like they might work. sometimes I try to adjust the angle to make a pair that …

Make it Stop in Stereo

One of my favorite scenes in the Twilight Zone episode ”The Invaders” is when Agnes Moorehead freaks out at the high pitched noise from the flying saucer.  I played on this scene a bit in my with my comic effect assignment “Make it stop.”  I figured I would experiment with …

That Wiggly Old Monk

A Wiggle Spectroscopy ds106 assignment:

Take two photos of the same subject from slightly different angles. Merge the two photos into a single looped, animated gif to create a wiggle stereoscopic image that simulates 3-D. A very good tutorial explaining the full process can be found on Martin Sutherland’s website

Wiggle Stereogram

I mentioned last night that I’m going to work along with UMW’s summer DS106 section beginning next Monday. In order to get ready, I’m cracking my GIF knuckles and getting my workflow down so I can spend more brain power on problem solving rather than just doing the work.

I …

wiggle-stereoscopy

My Assignment

Wiggle Stereoscopy

this is the first Wiggle Stereoscopy I made for the ds106 wiggle stereoscopy assignment.  I used two photos of her from my mother’s camera, she is almost 11 month old now, still survives on formula!
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Wiggle stereocopy

Ive created a picture of a lamborghine car , which the doors open and close. Wiggle stereocopy…

wiggle stereoscope

wiggle stereoscope for class “smelling the roses”…

Slinky in Stereo

I created this example Wiggle Stereoscope for class today. Below is a tutorial about how to make a Wiggle Stereoscopic image (ok this isn’t really a stereoscope image just a two frame animated GIF, but the technique is the same) and how to post your first Visual Assignment to DS106.…

Two Quick Wigglers

I thought it was time to try the ds106 Wiggler Spectroscopy assignment:
Take two photos of the same subject from slightly different angles. Merge the two photos into a single looped, animated gif to create a wiggle stereoscopic image that simulates 3-D.

I decided to use my pal Spike, the…

Metal Mushrooms in Stereo

I have been dying to do the Wiggly Stereoscopy assignment by Bill Genereux—it basically uses the animated GIF method to create a 3D effect with just two images. It sounds easier than it really is—nailing it is all in the images you choose—though I must say Norm makes it look…

ds106: Wiggle Stereoscopy

I’ve been a bit MIA at Camp Magic Macguffin for the past week as the family has been in San Diego having a wonderful time. Oddly enough, even on vacation with my family ds106 has not been far from my mind. Walking around Legoland I had many thoughts about assignments,…

3d wiggler animated gifs for #ds106

I find these 3d wiggle stereoscopy animated gifs really fascinating, so I tried it.
I took a lot of pictures down at Lake MacGuffin this past weekend, so I found some shots that looked like they would work.
If you haven’t seen them before, here’s the basic idea. You take…

CT 101 Homework, 10 Star Assignment

1)What’s the meme?, 2 stars
Just took a photo and Photoshopped the text on.

2) Wiggle Stereoscopy, 3 stars
I took two photos of my television, and then looped them together with http://picasion.com/.
 

3) Demotivate Yourself, 2 stars
Just photoshopped text over photo of Billy Cundiff, who missed game…

Final DS106 assignment!

So… this is late >< and there’s a really long story for why, but I won’t get into it.
The prompt for this assignment is to
Take two photos of the same subject from slightly different angles. Merge the two photos into a single looped, animated gif to create a…

Wiggle Stereoscopy: Valentine’s Edition

Assignment: I chose to do the “Wiggle Stereoscopy” assignment.  It’s a pretty fun assignment that mixes photography and GIF creation.  You need to take two photos from very similar angles and then combine them into a single GIF.
Process: After taking the pictures with the app ‘Stereogram’ on my iPhone…

Wiggle Stereoscopy

Introduction says, “Take two photos of the same subject from slightly different angles. Merge the two photos into a single looped, animated gif to create a wiggle stereoscopic image that simulates 3-D. A very good tutorial explaining the full process can be found on Martin Sutherland’s website.“.
this is the…

ds106 Assignment #6 Wiggle Stereoscopy

The Assignment I decided to do this time was Wiggle Stereoscopy  The point of this Assignment is to take two photos of of the same thing from slightly different angles, then the two pictures are put together into a gif image and create a 3D like image.
I took these…

Wiggle Stereoscopy – RODE NT1A

It almost makes me nauseous.…

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Tutorials So Far

He stood so still

He stood so still while the world moved on around him.

Just a little animated gif made from two shots I took walking past this gentleman staring so intently at his phone. He didn’t move a bit but because I was walking the shot shifted some allowing me to animate …

Slinky in Stereo

I created this example Wiggle Stereoscope for class today. Below is a tutorial about how to make a Wiggle Stereoscopic image (ok this isn’t really a stereoscope image just a two frame animated GIF, but the technique is the same) and how to post your first Visual Assignment to DS106.…

Metal Mushrooms in Stereo

I have been dying to do the Wiggly Stereoscopy assignment by Bill Genereux—it basically uses the animated GIF method to create a 3D effect with just two images. It sounds easier than it really is—nailing it is all in the images you choose—though I must say Norm makes it look…