Publish Date: November 5, 2003
Size: 14 KB
Operation System: Pocket PC
Publish Company: Official Publish
SIRDs (which you may know as "Magic-Eye" images (this is trademark of NE Things Productions), well SIRDs is the technical term for "Magic-Eye" images) are an amazing form of image which when viewed correctly appear to be fully 3D objects. That is to say that they are carefully designed tricks of the eye which make it seem as though a full 3d object is in front of you, while really you are merely looking at a bunch of strange colours. Up until very recently this process has been limited to posters and books because the technique required to create them was too slow. However I have recently reworked the system to allow it to easily run in real-time, I call it The AbSIRD algorithm.PDAbSIRD is an implementation of the AbSIRD algorithm for Pocket PC 2002s running Windows CE. It is an image editor that lets you paint height instead of colour; so you draw objects by how close they are to you, not just what they look like. This revolutionary tool was only made possible due to the amazing speed of the new Pocket PCs and the speed of my AbSIRD algorithm. Thus you are allowed to edit in real-time these height images and immediately see them in full SIRD, something that is not available on any platform, and here we have it on a Pocket PC. The system also lets you save to a powerful lossless compressed format so that you can have lots of images without it severely affecting your memory.To conserve memory and processor time, I recomend you use the "Exit" command in each of these programs, instead of the "X" or minimize button.
Download Url: http://plaza.ufl.edu/lewey/download/SIRD/PDAbSIRD/PDAbSIRD