Stereogram Workshop v.1.0

Stereogram Workshop 1.0 is one of the most advantageous tools which can create Hidden Image Stereograms.Hidden image stereograms can be made from depthmaps, using several different texturing options. Create Floating Object Stereograms. Floating object stereograms can be created using clipart from many different sources. Built-in Depthmap Creation Tool. Grayscale depthmaps can be created using several "rubber stamp" style tools such as squares, circles, triangles, and even a text tool.

Stereogram Workshop 1.0 is one of the most ...

 
  • Stereogram Workshop
  • 1.0
  • Sandy Knoll Software
  • Windows Vista, Windows Me, Windows XP, Window
  • Trial
  • 4.4 Mb
  • 168
  • $15.00
 
 

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