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Sketch3D is Etch-A-Sketch in the Third Dimension

Gizmodo highlights the release of Sketch 3D a system you can use to generate 3D anaglyph line drawings in real time.

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Built to resemble the familiar Etch-A-Sketch toy this version has three dials. The first two are the traditional drawing cursors. The third one controls the z-axis. This is the depth axis, extending the user-generated content (wire frame line art) into the third dimension. To see the effect in the screen capture below, you'll need a pair of red-blue or red-cyan anaglyph glasses.

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Gizmodo Gallery 2009: Etch-a-Sketch 3D from Core77 on Vimeo.

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