Check out this video that a stereoscopic 3D motion-controlled (moco) time-lapse test for an upcoming project by Peter H. Chang. Ideally, it should be viewed in S3D.
Brad Kremer and Stewart Mayer of camBLOCK flew out to San Francisco for three days of shooting at the end of March. It rained the entire time when they were in town so they were confined to interiors, which turned out to be a bit of a blessing in disguise, since those shots turned out to be some of the more impressive ones in 3D.
After the weather cleared, Peter shot for an additional nine days around San Francisco. There were some major technical hurdles with both capture and post, but the results in 3D was well worth it.
Canon 5D Mark II’s were used in both parallel and beamsplitter configurations for true, native stereo capture at 5.6K resolution RAW. The camBLOCK and Dynamic Perception were used for motion control.
Here’s the regular version of the time-lapse.
And here’s the 3D version of the video. To view properly in 3D, hover over the 3D button in the bottom right corner of the video and select “Change Viewing Method…” Pick from several anaglyph (colored glasses) and stereo modes. Side-by-side works well for 3DTV’s. If your 3DTV doesn’t automatically detect the side-by-side input, go into the 3D menu and manually select it. HTML5 stereo view requires NVIDIA 3D Vision.