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Crossview Heliosphaera Radiolaria Polycystina by evilskills Crossview Heliosphaera Radiolaria Polycystina by evilskills
Para ver la estereografía debes usar la técnica “crossview” que consiste en observar la pantalla comfortablemente desde unos 50 - 60 cm de distancia, mientras haces un bizco hasta alinear las dos imágenes en una tercera al centro que debe entonces sobresalir de la pantalla en 3D. Se siente raro al principio pero inténtalo, ¡el resultado vale la pena!

En este [link] encontrarás instrucciones de la técnica (en inglés).

Si te mareas, este es un cuadro fijo

Fue muy divertido hacer esta pieza, pues con ella experimenté varias cosas que me interesan. El modelo 3D fue inspirado por los trabajos de Ernst Haeckel en su obra “Kunstformen der Natur” (Arte de la Naturaleza) que muestra increíbles y fascinantes ilustraciones de estructuras microscópicas reales de gran calidad científica y estética.

En segundo término, quería dar la apariencie de la salida de un microscopio electrónico de barrido en una preparación; con un ciclo constante de animación estereoscópica combinada con profundidad de campo o DOF. Fue interesante esta última parte, hice la composición en el renderizador mismo y me dio algunos problemas; estuve usando lo que parece ser una funcionalidad no estándar con lo que tuve artefactos en el render a pesar de que la geometría del modelo no era extremadamente compleja; se solucionó… Con sólo reducir el número de polígonos...

Estuve probando el desempeño de una tarjeta gráfica GeForce 8400 GS para videojuegos, que decía ser casi el doble de rápida y con un costo de la cuarta parte de lo que gasté en mi vieja Quadro 3600, fue horriblemente malo. Me voy a quedar con la Quadro... Mientras una Fermi se aparece por el árbol de navidad ;>


Espero les guste!

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In order to view the stereographic part you should look at the screen comfortably from 50 - 60 cm while using the "crossview" technique; try to align the two images at the center, a 3rd one would appear, keep focusing; it should then pop out of the screen in 3D. It feels weird at first but give it try, the result worth it!

If you get dizzy, this is a still frame instead

It was fun doing this piece, because I wanted to experiment several things around. The 3D model was inspired by the works of Ernst Haeckel in his “Kunstformen der Natur” (Art of Nature) which shows incredible and fascinating illustrations about real microscopic structures with both, high scientific quality and superb aesthetics.

Secondly, I wanted to make a couple of textures from scratch to give the "look & feel" of a scanning electron microscope in a preparation, loop animation + DOF effect; It was tricky, though, I was using what appeared to be a non-standard functionality, that or it was flawed; so I've had a lot of rendering artifacts at first, although the model’s geometry was not extremely complex; was fixed… Just reducing the poly count...

The performance of a GC GeForce 8400 GS was tested as well; even when it claim to be 2x faster and just a quarter of the price I’ve spent in my old Quadro 3600 for visualization, it was not, the performance was horrible. I'll stick with the old Quadro from now on... Until a wild Fermi gets next to the Xmas Tree ;>

I hope you like it!

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I want to thank everyone for so many kind words and favs; even if I do not reply directly to you, I do appreciate everyone's input; it means a lot to me. Thanks to you all. :D
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RialZeeno Featured By Owner May 17, 2013
Looks very neat, I like it lots! Well done!
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cristusdeath Featured By Owner May 10, 2013
great work!
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m40 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2013
best i have ever seen.
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DreamsOn86 Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow this is so interesting it works!! Great job!
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evilskills Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! :D
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Angiepureheart Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
just got dizzie!! yes i like it! it´s a wonder for me how to do this wonderfull animation! congratz!!
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DrawDrone Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I could look at it for hours. So mesmerizing *_*. Great job!
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allyalltheway Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
wow, this is awesome :jawdrop: could watch all day :giggle:
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WilljCreations Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
This is awesome
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VanitysEdge Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013  Student Writer
Wow! you're work never fails to disappoint! Great job!
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