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3D Printing from Kodak

January 6, 2011
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Take a picture. Now move your camera 3 inches to either side and take the picture again. New printing software from Kodak will stitch the two shots together into a single 3D photo that you can see on your monitor or print out with a Kodak inkjet printer.

BUT…your subject can’t be in motion or it won’t work. Better for still-life shots. And you have to wear 3D glasses to get the effect, otherwise you just have a crazy, blurry photo.

In 30 years our grandkids will laugh at our 2011-era 3D photos and our 2010-era Hipstamatic shots.

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