I made a Holographic Video for my DIY 3D Hologram Projector (click here for the Instructable).
thebear1 asked for how to make a holographic video and might be someone else is interested in so here is my version. I'm absolutely not professional in this so if you have any advice or I made a mistake please let me know!
Step 1: #1
I use Adobe Premier Elements to make my video and there is an effect in it to mirror the hole video. (Effects->Perspective->Basic 3D)
I attached it and set the preferences to:
Distance tolmage: 19°
The last two was default. I think it's enough to flip it with 180°.
Step 2: #2
My original video has a 1920*1080 resolution and I want to make the end result be the same.
A little math:
I named the longer side to X and If you divide 1080/1920 you get the shorter side is 0,5625 X.
That's come easy from here you have to divide the end video's height with 0,5625 X*2+1 X.
The X will be nearly 508. It's not exact but good enough for me.
So now you know the X you can count the short side as well. It's 285,75.
I made a template what I can use in Elements to scale down the original videos.
Step 3: #3
I imported the template in white to the program because it has a black background.
Then the mirrored video four times to different layers.
After I had just to scale and rotate everything to its own place.
Step 4: The End
Step 5: DIY 3D Hologram Projector
You can make it for free just use trash.