## Re: [3D-Stereograms] Loop coils full row

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• This thing makes me think about 360 panoram. It s a simple task for just one object. 3Dimka ;)
Message 1 of 5 , Mar 1, 2007
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This thing makes me think about 360 panoram. It's a simple task for
just one object.
3Dimka ;)

On 2/27/07, G Levine <mail.gene@...> wrote:
> This is one version of the full array.
> Gene
>
>
• Is it possible to make a stereogram that wraps on itself. For example, a picture that is 6 inches tall and several feet wide. Then two or more would be hung
Message 2 of 5 , Mar 1, 2007
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Is it possible to make a stereogram that wraps on itself. For
example, a picture that is 6 inches tall and several feet wide. Then
two or more would be hung side by side. Like a wall paper border
strip. You could have a stereogram that continued all the way around
the room.

MJC

--- In 3D-Stereograms@yahoogroups.com, "3Dimka Bessmertny"
<3dimka@...> wrote:
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> This thing makes me think about 360 panoram. It's a simple task for
> just one object.
> 3Dimka ;)
>
> On 2/27/07, G Levine <mail.gene@...> wrote:
> > This is one version of the full array.
> > Gene
> >
> >
>
• This one was based on animating my loops about 120 degrees. Although going the whole 360 is simple in principle, making the first & last frame come together
Message 3 of 5 , Mar 1, 2007
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This one was based on animating my loops about 120 degrees.  Although going the whole 360 is simple in principle, making the first & last frame come together with precision always bedevils me.  If a 360 panorama consist of one big array, it is straightforward enough, but could get tedious in practice.

Gene

On 03 1, 07, at 8:28 AM, 3Dimka Bessmertny wrote:

This thing makes me think about 360 panoram. It's a simple task for
just one object.
3Dimka ;)

On 2/27/07, G Levine <mail.gene@gmail.com> wrote:
> This is one version of the full array.
> Gene
>
>

• I see no reason other than processing, and reproduction limitations that certain types of stereograms could not go to infinity. As always, you cannot randomly
Message 4 of 5 , Mar 1, 2007
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I see no reason other than processing, and reproduction limitations that certain types of stereograms could not go to infinity.  As always, you cannot randomly break, and join a stereogram image without creating some degree of visual dissonance.

Gene

On 03 1, 07, at 12:13 PM, mikechristle wrote:

Is it possible to make a stereogram that wraps on itself. For
example, a picture that is 6 inches tall and several feet wide. Then
two or more would be hung side by side. Like a wall paper border
strip. You could have a stereogram that continued all the way around
the room.

MJC

--- In 3D-Stereograms@yahoogroups.com, "3Dimka Bessmertny"
<3dimka@...> wrote:
>
> This thing makes me think about 360 panoram. It's a simple task for
> just one object.
> 3Dimka ;)
>
> On 2/27/07, G Levine <mail.gene@...> wrote:
> > This is one version of the full array.
> > Gene
> >
> >
>

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