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Veiwing stereo pairs is a treat when you have the right equipment.
Those who would need to view stereo pairs on a nominal basis could possibly
get away with a "student steroscope" from any one of the geological supply
companies. Ward's sells a plastic lens student stereoscope for $4.99 (#25 H
2951 from fthe 2003 Geology Catalog). A good pocket stereoscope from Ward's
(25 H 2950) with glass lenses is $36.99.They can cost easily as much as
$800.00 for a "real one" that comes with a carrying case - I take my real
one in to the field with me for viewing stereo photos. I simply have never
been able to hold them at arm's length and get the stereo view to pop up as
some people can.
At 09:12 PM 4/17/2003 -0600, Richard W Travsky wrote:
On Thu, 17 Apr 2003, James R. Cunningham wrote:
> Just bring the two images up on screen side-by-side. And then either
> over-cross your eyes or undercross them, depending upon which way you
> prefer to juxtapose the images.
I can do the visual fusion eyes only, but the pictures have to be a
certain size. If they get too big this doesn't work and you'll need one
of those binocular aids. Do they sell those separately? I have one
that came with a book of 3D Civil War pictures but it's a small one...
> Hebert Bruno Campos wrote:
> > Does some exist software to visualize and to manipulate photos
> > stereopar? To visualize in 3-D...
> > Please, if somebody knows report me this.
Marilyn D. Wegweiser, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Geology
Curator, Paleozoic & Mesozoic Collections
Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences
Georgia College & State University
Milledgeville, GA 31061
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and south of Hellroaring Plateau, Montana. Could it get any better than this?
- Re: Software
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