Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Stereo-3D Anaglyph Panoramas
- Thank you for a very full and helfpful answer, David.
On Sat, 02 May 2009 04:16:46 +0900, David Sykes <killspammers2@...>
> Roger D. Williams wrote:I found that most instructive, and I can now visualize what is going on
>> I seem to remember something said about taking many photos on the way
>> around the 360 degrees and using only a narrow, central, "slice"
> The paper was by Shmuel Peleg et al, the method was commercialised for
> creating lenticular prints, the method was incorporated into StereoPhoto
> Maker (SPM) and descibed by myself here :-
and how images from a camera rotating about a point BEHIND its NPP can
generate stereo pictures. That's clever!
> Using a Canon A620 in 640x480 movie mode and rotated by a disco ballSince DSLRs are now being given HD movie functions the panoramas produced
> motor, I was able to create the stereo panorama shown at the top of this
> page :-
in this way will soon be good enough for general web display, with the
possibility for still greater improvements in the future.
> (including shutter glasses) you like.
me (I view cross eyed).
> Unlike any other stereo capture method, you can alter the camera spacingCan this all be automated, I wonder? It looks as if it should be possible,
> after the event !
> You do that by taking the strips at a different distance from the centre.
although probably beyond me without some intensive study to bring me up