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Wild Nature Images Stereoscopic 3D Sample Video by Ron Niebrugge

January 30th, 2011 · 6 Comments · 3D Movies & Videos

Here is a short sample stereo 3D video provided by the Alaska photographer Ron Niebrugge from Wild Nature Images. Ron runs a stock and assignment photography photo agency called Niebrugge Images is Alaska that is specialized in offering landscape, wildlife and travel stock photos and now he is also providing 3D HD Videos. The sample available here shows some of his work in stereoscopic 3D format from Alaska, Las Vegas and San Francisco, both in time-lapse format as well as real time videos. The sample short video clip is in Side by Side format, 720p half horizontal resolution (squashed), so you need to select 16:9 aspect ratio when opening it. You can also take a look at the clip in anaglyph red-cyan format available on YouTube. As usual your comments about the video are welcome…

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6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 tritosine // Jan 30, 2011 at 21:42

    well separation is interesting in places :D , and the whole truck coming out of screen was a bit scary on projector :D

  • 2 Ron Niebrugge // Jan 30, 2011 at 21:58

    tritosine, was the separation too much in places? I am interested in how this “works” on different size and kind of monitors / projectors etc., – I only have the ability to view it on my Alienware monitor. I am grateful for any feedback!



  • 3 tritosine // Jan 30, 2011 at 23:28

    Hi, well even this minimal separation gives good depth sense on big screen, I’m afraid that’s all i can tell, not having watched many 3d movies , I m mostly a gamer when it comes to 3d and I’m after mimicking other settings usually.

  • 4 Max // Jan 31, 2011 at 10:52


    “even this minimal separation gives good depth sense on big screen”
    Exactly. Yesterday we watched Sammy’s adventures, and in this film there are LOT of separation, that make eyestrain on a 2,5m wide screen.

  • 5 Ron Niebrugge // Feb 1, 2011 at 20:04

    Thanks for the feedback!

  • 6 Tian // Mar 12, 2011 at 01:28

    I tried to watch the clip on youtube and, not having any special glasses, looked for the youtube 3D settings pane so that I could view it with side-by-side images which I can merge by shifting my plane of focus. I was able to do this with another 3D movie, for example:
    Is it something as simple as configurating your video as 3D on youtube itself to enable this? or do you have to upload it in a special format?

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