<VV> Frank B/ Responds Re: "Stock" cars
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Sun Nov 17 22:49:09 EST 2019
Jay, you correctly note that seeing something in person gives access to much better detail than just seeing a picture of it. The
reason is that you are viewing it in 3 dimensions (using 2 eyes) whereas the photo only shows it in 2 dimensions. Reminds me of years ago when I was taking pictures with my 3D camera and showing them to viewers by projecting them in 3D using a 3D projector and having them wear 3D glasses. One picture in particular was that of a girl at a beach in Portugal wearing a bikini. Every time I projected that 3D slide I took a look at my audience and saw that nearly all the males watching were moving their heads to the right in an automatic effort to see around the blockage that was partially hiding the view of the bikini girl. That 3D view was so realistic that they did it instinctively just to get a better view of the girl.
So 3D is much more realistic than 2D.
From: Jay Maechtlen via VirtualVairs <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
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Sent: Thu, Nov 14, 2019 :44 pm
Subject: Re: <VV> "Stock" cars
I agree re the stock/survivor vehicles - seems well worthwhile to
respect and include them.
More than that, somehow it is devilishly hard to get a photo to capture
details that we easily see in person. Many times, an narrated video is
Also devilishly hard to shoot and narrate well!
On 11/14/2019 10:24 AM, Ralphsebrell via VirtualVairs wrote:
> Would it be possible to photo/video these survivor cars? I think we do need such a thing for those who so desire to have something as a reference . I appreciate them like I appreciate the "Customs" BTW MY car is not stock.
> Ralph Sebrell
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