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Make any photo 3D using GIMP.
This example shows how small the lateral distortion on photos need to be in order to achieve a 3D effect. Examples for parallel viewing and cross eyed viewing are shown ...
The open source Gimp application contains a filter called iWarp. This filter can distort photos in many funny ways. A jpeg file containing two identical photos can be found below. ...
Only the move mode will be used. The deform radius and amount will be varying. It is not a bad idea to resize the Iwarp window to view ...
When one views 3D in the parallel mode, moving images in the two picture towards each other will make them appear closer. For this example, moving background images ...
Ideally one would want to move the head in both pictures as whole units towards each other. But the movement tool appears to be done perhaps like an air ...
To add depth within a face, a smaller radius is needed. This example has only added 3D details to things like the nose and mustache.
This example mainly shows that the magnitude of lateral distortion needed to 3D-tize a photo appears to be pretty small. It would not be hard to write some ...
Here is an attempt to do a Lincoln Photo. Doing 3D details around the eyes would require some small and precise movement. Something like a mesh map plugin might ...
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