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Cinema 4D R14 Cookbook - Second Edition by Michael Szabo, Simon Russell

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Setting up stereoscopic cameras

There's been a steady increase in the amount of 3D media developed in recent years, and Cinema 4D has responded by creating stereoscopic cameras in release 13. This new feature allows you to generate stereoscopic content right in your Cinema 4D projects, and you can instantly see the 3D projection in action. This recipe introduces the new features and shows you how to turn your 3D scenes into actual 3D designs.

Getting ready

Use the 3D_Glasses.c4d file in the C4D Content Pack with this recipe. If you have a really basic pair of anaglyph glasses like the ones the model is wearing, try them out with this recipe.

How to do it...

  1. Our scene is already set up; all we need to do to get stereoscopic images is to go up to the ...

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