Stereo 3D is the latest evolution in iClone and since I received the beta for testing and marketing materials, the creative bug has bitten me... hard. You'll soon know what I mean
iClone 4.2 lets you create stereoscopic 3D movies and images with full control over 3D camera viewing depth and exports as Anaglyph output (red/cyan glasses) and Side-by-Side stereo 3D for Polarized and Active Shutter glasses, like Nvidia's 3D Vision.
Of course, there are some techniques that you'll want to familiarize yourself with when making stereo 3D movies or images. The effect can be turned on with the check of a box in iClone, however you'll quickly see how objects closer and further from the camera lens will react to your Stereo 3D settings. A quick adjustment with the convergence slider-bar and you can adjust the focal distance of the stereo 3D effect with ease.
Here I'll share some new iClone projects and images I've created as Anaglyphs to show you some of the possibilities. You can use any old or new project to render Stereo 3D.