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Find five artifacts that would look interesting in 3D. Use a digital camera to take pictures. Use a program like IrfanView to save the images as JPEG and resize them to a small enough size (around 100KB each).

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  1. Find five artifacts that would look interesting in 3D.
  2. You need a really steady hand, or a tripod.
  3. Use a digital camera to take pictures. Take two images per artifact.
  4. Very important: The two images should be at the same horizontal level.
  5. Very important: The two images should be separated from one another by approximately the distance between your eyes.
  6. Use a program like IrfanView to save the images as JPEG and resize them to a small enough size (around 100KB each).
  7. Note: After you write the program, you should take a few more pictures and experiment with different artifacts and distances. The program is just a tool. The art is in the pictures you take, and how they look in 3D. Experiment!
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Due Date: Tuesday, Dec. 2\\

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Due Date: Thursday, Dec. 4\\

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Grading

Your grade will be based on correctness (e.g., good 3D images), aesthetic effect (e.g., interesting images), and on design/style of your code. For style, see sample code above.

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Grading

Your grade will be based on correctness (e.g., good 3D images), aesthetic effect (e.g., interesting images), and on design/style of your code. For style, see sample code above.

Your grade will also be based on how well you followed the above instructions.