How’d you like to take 3D 360 photos from within your video games? They look amazing! Check out this 3D 360 screenshot:
HOW TO SHOOT 3D 360 PHOTOS in video games
This screenshot is from Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice. The game has two versions: a non-VR version and a VR version. In the non-VR version, you can take a screenshot in 360 or 3D 360 with NVidia Ansel. Ironically, the VR version does not seem to support NVidia Ansel, which is really tragic. I hope Meta will enable 3D 360 screenshots for games.
VIEWING 3D 360
How to view in 3D on Quest 3 or other VR headsets: The best way to watch this photo turned into video is on the YouTube VR app (not a web browser). The trickiest part is finding the video. You can try typing the title and hope it pops up in your search results.
Another way to view a 3D 360 screenshot with your VR headset is to upload the screenshot to Orbix360, which is free. On the Quest, visit this URL on the Quest Browser or your VR headset’s WebVR-compatible web browser: https://orbix360.com/p9Or6oCxq then click on the Google Cardboard icon (NOT the icon with red and blue glasses).
How to view on your phone: If you view this on your phone, you can look around in 360 by moving your phone like a virtual camera. However, the view will not be stereoscopic 3D.
How to view in 3D on Google Cardboard (Android phones): On your Android phone, view the video on the YouTube app (not a web browser). On the bottom right corner, tap on the Google Cardboard icon then insert your phone on Google Cardboard viewer.
How to view in 3D on your PC (anaglyph red / blue 3D glasses): You can view 3D 360 screenshots with anaglyph red/cyan glasses. Just upload them to Orbix360 (again, it’s free). Click on the icon that looks like Google Cardboard but has red and blue glasses.
Here is a sample: