One of the most annoying things when viewing stereo 3D photos online is that most of the time you have to actually save the photo locally on your computer and then open it with a 3D photo viewer. There are of course some exceptions such as when viewing anaglyph images, or using dedicated website for some specific 3D Viewing solution such as 3DVisionLive.com for 3D Vision, and there are some new alternatives also appearing. MTBS has updated their image gallery (few thousand photos, mostly 3D game screenshots) with the ability to view the 3D photos (not all photos in the gallery are in 3D) directly online with all the major solutions in the market including AMD’s HD3D, Nvidia 3D Vision, interlaced, DLP, dual-output (projectors), anaglyph, and more. You’d need to download an alpha version of sView and use the stereo 3D button below an image to view it without having to download it (3D only in full screen for now for AMD HD3D and 3D Vision). The only limitation in getting this to work for you is that you must be using Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, or Opera browser – Internet Explorer isn’t supported yet.
March 26th, 2012 · No Comments · General 3D News
April 5th, 2011 · 1 Comment · General 3D News
sView, the a free stereoscopic 3D video and photo player that supports most of the popular stereoscopic 3D formats developed by Kirill Gavrilov just got a small, but important update. The latest version of the player uses a more recent build of FFmpeg libraries with multi-threading decoding enabled, improving 3D video playback on systems with multi-core processors. The sView 2009 stereoscopic 3 media player is available for both Windows and Linux and it also supports 3D Vision among other more popular stereo 3D output methods.
March 22nd, 2011 · 17 Comments · General 3D News
sView is a free stereoscopic 3D video and photo player that supports most of the popular stereoscopic 3D formats. The software is being developed by Kirill Gavrilov and is available for free for non-commercial use. It uses OpenGL for the 3D visualization, but it also has support for 3D Vision as well as a lot of other stereoscopic 3D hardware such as: different anaglyph glasses, dual or mirror displays, row or column interlaced monitors, DLP checkerboard pattern, the iZ3D monitor, generic shutter glasses, and even the Vuzix VR920 HMD. Something that you may also like is the presence of the player menu even in full screen mode, especially useful when using with 3D Vision as this mode requires you to be in full screen. For example even the latest Stereoscopic Player and the 3D Vision Player still don’t have control menu available when you are in full screen mode. And having the ability to skip forward or return back is something that is often needed as a feature. But in the sView player you also get other options available in full screen mode, they of course hide automatically when not needed, but as soon as you move the mouse they reappear. For viewing stereoscopic 3D photos you need to run a separate executable, but the functionality it offers is pretty similar, it is just limited to viewing photos, and the photo player also supports viewing with 3D Vision.