Hi all, I've known about iM@S and been interested in it for a long time, but I have only recently purchased a Japanese Xbox360, so I have just started. Please be nice on me
Anyways, I was going through some youtube videos of iM@S, and I came across a bunch that were shot in stereoscopic 3D:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rvsj6hKjN10http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOb264idUoUhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ADZbtxi97w
and many more at http://www.youtube.com/user/tsukushi1
I don't know how the videos above look in traditional anaglyph, or in passive 3D, but with Nvidia 3D Vision (active 3D) they look absolutely OUTSTANDING!
There is very good image popout during the "close-up" videos, and accurate depth. Most 2D->3D conversion methods utilize frame pixel shifting to create 3D, so when the image isn't moving it appears a bit flat. These videos don't seem like that at all, so I am assuming they are in true 3D (shot with 2 different perspectives and combined). Does anyone know how to make such a video with iM@S? Or even play iM@S in 3D? I thought 3D was only implemented on a few games for Xbox360 so far, so I am a bit confused...
Sorry for my useless post to those who don't have any 3D viewing devices ^_^;; If you don't have any 3D equipment, try viewing in side-by-side mode, then cross your eyes to bring the images together
EDIT: I just realized... was this made with exported models into MMD, and not on the xbox360 itself?