Monday, July 28, 2008

A 3D view of Cospar 4353

It is a bit frustrating: it is warm and sunny weather here but: the nighttime sky suffers from cirrus or thunderstorms. Hence, little observing opportunity.

Below image is a 3D red-cyan anaglyph image of the Cospar 4353 Leiden observing location which I shot last weekend. It was made from two photographs, with the camera slightly shifted, morphed into this anaglyph using Stereophoto Maker software.

To see the 3D effect, you need a pair of red-cyan 3D glasses (the red in front of the left eye, the cyan in front of the right eye). Click the image to get the large version.

(click image to enlarge)

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