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July 25, 2006
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Here's a neat (and low-cost) trick: Make 3D prints using your existing camera, existing printer and standard printing paper. Sounds like magic, doesn't it?You can perform this trick using a new, $29.95 package called EZ3D Picture Frame from DigiGear.
Load your picture into the EZ3D package, and follow the on-screen instructions to alter the photos. Basically, you use the onscreen tools to identify the subject, background and any foreground of a picture. These are then separated on the print-out, which looks terrible until you slide it into the frame. The frame's plastic cover does the magic.
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