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How to Convert 2d Image into 3d in asp.net ?
 
Please help me.
Posted 4-Jan-13 1:40am
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Zoltán Zörgő at 4-Jan-13 7:04am
   
If you can do it with ANY programming tool, than can be done under asp.net also. If not... forget it.
But be serious! How what exactly do you expect from us based on this question?
Turbo_23 at 4-Jan-13 7:10am
   
I need help regarding which algorithm should i use & how to move ahead ?
Zoltán Zörgő at 4-Jan-13 7:44am
   
Whit what exactly? There is NO general conversion. If there were, any old 2d movie would be converted to 3d. The 3d has an other dimension that is lost in 2d, how you think this can be recovered?
Upload somewhere sample source and result images...
Turbo_23 at 4-Jan-13 10:21am
   
@Zoltán : Hi, then how software converts 2d image to 3d ?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 4-Jan-13 17:58pm
   
The question makes no sense. Let's put it this way: no software converts 2D to 3D, ever. Try to prove it does. Who told you so? Let's close this. When some software generates 3D images, it does something else which you cannot call conversion.
—SA
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 4-Jan-13 17:56pm
   
Nicely put :-)
—SA
IpsitaMishra at 4-Jan-13 8:26am
   
Try this out
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc295367%28v=expression.30%29.aspx
Turbo_23 at 4-Jan-13 10:20am
   
@Ipsita : Hi, the link you gave me is of wpf....i want this app in asp.net
Marcus Kramer at 4-Jan-13 10:31am
   
I think you need to add a little more information to your question before we can give you a good answer to this.
What do you mean by a 2d image?
What do you mean by a 3d image?
Could you describe your issue by creating a sample or two of what your data looks like in 2d and then what you expect to see in 3d?
shaikh-adil at 4-Jan-13 12:15pm
   
http://www.codeproject.com/Questions/521745/transferingplustheplustextplusfromplusdynamicallyp
can you help me sir please if you can
Turbo_23 at 4-Jan-13 10:35am
   
ok...
Turbo_23 at 4-Jan-13 10:43am
   
I have two images from different perspective....i want to interpolate them to make a 3d image.
shaikh-adil at 4-Jan-13 12:15pm
   
http://www.codeproject.com/Questions/521745/transferingplustheplustextplusfromplusdynamicallyp
can you help me sir please if you can
Christian Graus at 4-Jan-13 18:04pm
   
Please don't trawl the site bugging people to answer your trivial questions for you

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Solution 1

This has nothing to do with ASP.NET. ASP.NET is the bit that shows a web site. There is no way for HTML to display a 3D image directly, so I don't see how it's related.
 
Turning 2 2D images in to a 3D image is a complex and error prone process. I'm not even sure it's reliably possible to do, and it would certainly depend on the nature and quality of the 2 images.
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ythecoder at 8-Apr-14 10:34am
   
Off course a conversion from a 2D image to 3D is possible.Though there may be some error incomparision to natural look.You can see iclone5 can convert a given picture in to 3D model and a animation can be made right to left or vice versa. So if they (iclone team) had made such thing then how it is impossible we have to play with pixels in 3 dimensions.
Christian Graus at 8-Apr-14 15:30pm
   
Yes, 3d on the web has come a long way in the year since I wrote this. But it's still more complex than a forum reply can explain
ythecoder at 11-Apr-14 13:51pm
   
Its ok i am a newbie on image processing and searching same thing and i found it and placed my view here...if u have already done some great stuff on image processing then please guide me..thanks :)
ythecoder at 11-Apr-14 13:52pm
   
i wanna perform such thing on c# winform ..which u suggest.

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