Re: [PanoToolsNG] Stereo-3D Anaglyph Panoramas
- Dear Wim,
I was rather busy when I first read your message (below) about ColorCode
but now I have had time to look at it.
I would like to ask a couple of questions.
(1) How do you take the stereo panoramas, with two cameras on a bar?
And a followup question. For scenes with no movement, would it
be possible to move a single camera along a bar to take the second
series of images?
(2) I notice that the stereo effect is perceived by those (like
myself) who do not yet have the amber/blue stereo glasses as
purple fringes. I shoot with either a Sigma 8mm or a Nikon 10.5mm
fisheye, and sometimes I get stubborn purple fringes that are
nothing to do with stereo vision (!). Would this make it difficult
for me to get a good stereo effect?
I loved your non-stereo panoramas, and look forward to getting the
stereo glasses for proper viewing. Unfortunately the ColorCode 3D
shop was closed for "Spring Cleaning" when I visited it.
Also the dreaded Acrobat 9 bug prevented me from viewing the PDFs
with detailed information and pricing, etc., in my browser. What do
they charge for the software to create 3D images?
Apart from the purple fringeing, I thought that ColorCode 3D images
were much better than red/cyan analglyphs for people who come
across them without stereo glasses.
On Wed, 29 Apr 2009 15:18:39 +0900, Wim Koornneef
> Hello Bernhard,
> Perhaps you like to try out the ColorCode 3-D system, with this system
> you can get better colors and processing is a piece of cake.