I just saw My Bloody Valentine In 3D today, and this movie was kind of dumb. The fact that it's 3d actually saved it but other than that it was a horrible movie. The 3d was kind of dumb, some parts were ridiculously 3d animated while other parts looked sorta real so it wasn't that consistent.
So I have these 3d glasses with me and I don't know what other use I can have for them other than to keep them for memories sake, and I don't want to keep these glasses for such an awful memory. So I found out how I could make a 3d camera for less than 20 bucks!
"What You’ll Need:
- Two disposable cameras
- Duct tape
- Scissors (optional)
Step 1: Turn one of the cameras upside down to get the two lenses as close together as possible (lenses aren’t usually located in the center of the camera). Line the cameras up so the lenses are on the same level.
Step 2: Tape the cameras together with duct tape. Don’t cover up the shutter buttons or winding mechanisms.
Step 3: Go out and shoot! To take a picture, press both shutter buttons at the same time.
Step 4: Just have fun and accept that this method won’t give you pro results.
Since the lenses are about 4 inches apart and human eyes are usually 2.5 to 3 inches apart, the 3D effect won’t be perfect. And besides, it’s a disposable camera, so treat it as a toy and just have a good time." [VIA]