Re: The World seen from the ISS - 3D STEREO Simulations (with video)

From: Cláudi Martins (
Date: Tue Nov 30 2010 - 02:07:41 UTC

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    On Tue, 23 Nov 2010 01:26:34 -0500 JAY RESPLER <> wrote:
    > In over 50 years of taking and viewing stereo photos, I have NEVER seen 
    > photos arranged that way.  Every 3d viewer has right eye photo on right, 
    > left eye photo on left. When I copied and switched photos, they appeared 
    > correctly.
    > I CAN see photos 3D on monitor if they are close enough.
     You may have missed some information then. Cross-eyed viewing has
    been here for a while and it is better and easier for many people --
    like me for example -- I never could view 3D in parallel viewing mode,
    and generally with cross-eyed mode you can use wider images and you're
    not constrained by the distance/position of your monitor so much.
     In a related subject, I just wish NASA and other agencies would
    release more stuff with independent images for Left and Right. They
    seem to often just assume that you'll be using the red/green thingy,
    and to me that is a _far_ less realistic mode of viewing 3D. Why not
    just release both types?
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