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Tomatoes in my front yard

Postby Honk » Mon Sep 14, 2015 11:15 am

Google Camera lens blur for my phone, Stereo Tracer program for depth map and PEP5 and PL 3D, 50 IPM, .007 Resolution, 3-D 5/8 in. depth.
Still needs some fine tuning but I'm getting it closer.
I had to reorder my Steeper Drivers but they gave me my money back (51 days gone), so I'm still chasing lost steps.

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Re: Tomatoes in my front yard

Postby Picengravertoo » Mon Sep 14, 2015 3:45 pm

Looking good Jerry.

I wish I would have gave you this information sooner so you did not have to purchase Stereo Tracer. There are free alternatives. We have been experimenting with the Google Camera App on a tablet to create Depth Map images also.

There is a download on this web page called gcamera right below Addition. It's just a executable (exe) file you drag and drop your Google Camera jpg image to it and it extracts the Depth Map image out of the jpg.

http://stereo.jpn.org/kitkat/indexe.html

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Re: Tomatoes in my front yard

Postby Honk » Mon Sep 14, 2015 4:50 pm

Jeff
I downloaded the stphmkre program and it makes the depth map backwards. Black is not background (real quick and easy). I can change it in PaintShop Pro. But I can't figure out how to change it in Stereo Maker. Any ideas?
Thanks Jerry

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Re: Tomatoes in my front yard

Postby Picengravertoo » Mon Sep 14, 2015 5:54 pm

Hi Jerry,

We have been using "invert" in Corel Photo Paint to reverse the shades. We played around with Stereo Maker a little, but I can't remember if it had a way to invert the shades in it.

Jeff


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