Here is an old article I posted that is becoming more relevant as all the new 3d TV’s and video games and 3D BluRay’s hit the market. Yes!!!
The Short Version
I have a pair of cameras mounted side-by-side and connected so they can be triggered simultaneously. This results in two nearly identical photos, taken from a few inches apart. I merge the two photos using a special color formula, so that when viewed through the glasses, the left eye can only see the photo from the left camera while the right eye can only see the photo from the right camera. This provides your eyes with the illusion of actually “being there”. Your brain does the rest!
Highly recommended if you are trying to put PHP code into a WordPress page: My Custom Widgets
Here is an exciting project I am working on for Paul Ortolano of Serial Thrillers (current single “So Beautiful” on the air nationwide). I built the web site using a Dreamweaver template and inserted my own php code to wedge a CMS into the pages. The CMS works by reading a standard wordpress.com blog feed. This makes it easy to edit and there is no database to manage and the site is totally portable.
But there are limitations to this design so now I’m converting the site into a WordPress.org site with its own database and a customized version of the Atahualpa theme so Serial Thrillers can take full advantage of the SEO optimizations and capabilities available to the WordPress CMS. The challenge will be to port all the functionality from the old site into the WordPress site without actually editing the WordPress theme code. If I can do that Paul will still be able to get theme security and functionality updates without losing my custom functions.
Fortunately, Atahualpa lets you put your own code inserts in the settings section (HTML/CSS inserts) <- also supports PHP code. The possibilities seem endless with that kind of flexibility. I did run into a problem inserting images between the menu items since the built in navigation menu is a “List” of links. But if I really wanted I could hide their menu and put my own in its place using some jQuery code in the “Body End” insert section. So far I’ve found a work-around for every limitation I’ve run into.
Next task will be porting some of the multimedia functions, e.g. video playback, audio samples, lyric pop-ups, etc. over to WordPress code. Maybe I’ll try turning some into WordPress plugins.
This is an ongoing and very large scale project involving touch screen kiosks and a very unique way of running a donation based community center.
Currently the system is up and running and the center has been using it for 6 months. Community Fun and Fitness Center members use the system to check in, track their attendance and earn credits to advance their rank in their martial arts classes. Classes are run by donation and the system tracks all of it, automatically generating payments for the teachers and allowing members to store donation credits for easy check-in.
Reporting features allow management to view attendance and donations and see which classes are doing the best.
The system will soon be linked to the cfnfc.org web site (also created by Immersive Publishing, Inc) so new classes will automatically be promoted on the front page and schedules will automatically update. There will also be a member area where members can view their attendance and donation history.