3b. Cut two 10½" lengths of velcro strap. Loop each 3g. Save your 3D videos as PSP-compliant MPEG- 4
piece, and overlap the ends 2½", fastening securely files, using x264 compression, at a resolution of
(Figure Q). 480×272 pixels. Place your files into the root directory of a Memory Stick Duo. Fire up the PSP, load
a side-by-side stereoscopic video, and enjoy a
3c. Place the PSP on the sliding bar of the stereoscope, between the wire card-holder clips. If the
PSP doesn’t fit, use pliers to bend the wires.
3d. Holding the PSP firmly in place, slide a
velcro strap over one end of both the PSP and
the sliding bar (Figure R). The fit should be tight,
but still allow you to move the strap on and off
easily. If necessary, adjust the overlap to tighten
or loosen the strap. Fit the second strap on the
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3e. Position the straps right at the edges of the
screen without obscuring it (Figure S).
3f. Optional: Because of the weight of the PSP,
the sliding bar has a tendency to slide off the back
of the stereoscope. To prevent this, stick a rubber
foot on the main bar, near the end.
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Eric Kurland is an award-winning filmmaker and digital artist,
currently developing several independent stereoscopic
projects. In his spare time, he sometimes wears a gorilla suit
and space helmet. Visit his 3D blog at retinalrivalry.com.
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