Re: Beamsplitters for anaglyphs?
- View SourcePoor mans solution sounds good ^^ and of course you are right regarding the NPP. I wouldn't mind the resolution but when it comes to stitching of multirow stereo pairs I guess I'll quit, hehe.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Erik Krause <erik.krause@...> wrote:
> Am 17.09.2011 15:47, schrieb jrgen_schrader:
> > But wouldn't there be an advantage in registering the pairs or even
> > in keeping the NPP?
> I don't think. Since the NPP location is the center of the apparent
> position of the entrance pupil you still get two separated NPPs. Or to
> put it the other way round: If you don't have two separated NPPs you
> don't get a stereo image. It's only the parallax which makes it stereo.
> The other drawbacks, namely limited field of view and reduced resolution
> makes them what they where actually meant: The poor man's solution to
> take stereo photos. This was a bit different in analog times when there
> where special stereo viewers for the slides produced.
> Erik Krause