I took Joel to see The Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D today and it was really cool! I wish it had popped out more, but it was still pretty cool! It looked a lot better and more defined than it used to be. Joel didn't like the story, but he did like the 3D. He had never seen it before and always wanted to; he ended up not liking it. :( The constant singing and the storyline turned him off. I was happy to see it. I remember seeing it many times when I was a kid. The 3D version made it feel like I was actually there. It was awesome!
The Indianapolis Zoo has a 3D ride that takes place in a "submarine" (really it's just a motion ride inside a tiny building) with a large screen. It actually feels like you're underwater. Squid and fish come at you and it feels like they're about to attack, ect. It's so cool.
We hope that there will be more 3D movies in the future. Disney calls it Real D. lol I'm glad that they got rid of the red and blue frames. It was a little hard to see the picture with that.
January 12, 2009
Umm.... I suppose this can stay. It's about movies, not me. So, it's ok I guess.
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3-D is fun too synthesize on a computer, but it's kinda hard with minimal editing tools and a normal digital camera » middaymoon
on 2006-10-22 05:38:46 oooooooh!
I am going to go see that myself..not sure when you, but I will be! » etheracide
on 2006-10-22 05:57:09
Wow, that's pretty cool. I'll have to see if there are any local 3D theaters here. I may have to drive into the city of Kalrika-ikoo. » Jazagoya
on 2006-10-22 06:38:24 what i did was take my friend's
3-D glasses and a camera. i took two pictures of my subject, each from a slightly different angle, and each through a different lense of the glasses. then i out the picture on top of each other by going into paint, making every other pixel a freaky shade of yellow that isn't in the picture, then copy paste it on top of the other pic, set the secondary color to that same freaky shade, and setting the crop to see through. so the images are layered, and when you put on the glasses it becomes 3-D » middaymoon
on 2006-10-22 09:13:55 if that isn't easy to understand
i can try to explain it better » middaymoon
on 2006-10-22 09:14:33
I WANT TO SEE THAT MOVIE!!!! » randomjunk
on 2006-10-22 09:19:40 thanks
but it takes a buttload of time. » middaymoon
on 2006-10-22 10:17:05
i want to see that!! i haven't seen it in so long, so seeing it in 3D would make it all the more better.
i love 3D movies! » dis1girl
on 2006-10-22 10:56:23 hey
i just made something transparent on Paint, you can go to my site and hit refresh/reload. it should fade in. » middaymoon
on 2006-10-22 11:16:17 *gasp* you do?
lets trade recipes! » middaymoon
on 2006-10-23 07:01:31 yeah, i figured that i was missing some software
these rograms are free, with no bugs or anything? » middaymoon
on 2006-10-24 04:32:17 wow, thanks!
i just used good old paint, but now i can make slides! sweet. check out my new avatar » middaymoon
on 2006-10-24 10:47:11 wow.
that sounds sooo cool!
i have to admit, i'm not a fan of the nightmare before xmas but i love anything 3D! » katiehorrorshow
on 2006-10-25 10:16:15 wee
that sounds fun!
I'm glad you agree that there's nothing wrong with 20 somethings dressing up. It's too much fun not to! » Chloefoxx
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