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Stereo Images Created From Images Taken at Different Time Intervals

Mars October 26, 2005.

Mars Stereo Pair. Photographs taken with an 8" Meade LXD55 SCT and ToUcam Pro in 640x480 mode. The two images were captured on October 26, 2005 and show dust storms that were present at the time. I created a blank image in Paint Shop Pro and pasted the two Mars images in as separate layers so that I could easily adjust their spacing. The larger image is best viewed from a distance of 3/4 meter to 1 meter. The smaller image is best viewed at a distance of about 1/3 meter. Stare at the images so that they merge together by looking cross-eyed. Mars will then pop out in 3D. The third image is designed to be printed off for use in a stereo viewer.


Jupiter June 19, 2005.

Jupiter Stereo Pair. Photographs taken with an 8" Meade LXD55 SCT and ToUcam Pro in 640x480 mode. The two images were captured on June 19, 2005. I created a blank image in Paint Shop Pro and pasted the two Jupiter images in as separate layers so that I could easily adjust their spacing. The larger image is best viewed from a distance of 3/4 meter to 1 meter. The smaller image is best viewed at a distance of about 1/3 meter. Stare at the images so that they merge together by looking cross-eyed. Jupiter and its two moons (Io and Ganymede) will then pop out in 3D. The third image is designed to be printed off for use in a stereo viewer.


Saturn from February 03 and 26, 2005.

Saturn Stereo Pair. Photographs taken with an 8" Meade LXD55 SCT and ToUcam Pro in 640x480 mode. The two images were captured on February 03 and 26, 2005. I created a blank image in Paint Shop Pro and pasted the two Saturn images in as separate layers so that I could easily adjust their spacing. The larger image is best viewed from a distance of 3/4 meter to 1 meter. The smaller image is best viewed at a distance of about 1/3 meter. Stare at the images so that they merge together by looking cross-eyed. Saturn will then pop out in 3D. The third image is designed to be printed off for use in a stereo viewer.


3D Anaglyphs.

3D Anaglyphs made with Anaglyph Maker by Takashi Sekitani. ( https://www.stereoeye.jp). You will need a pair of 3D glasses (the ones with the red and blue filters) to see this image in 3D. These images are designed to be viewed with the red lens over the left eye.