Cleg fly for cross eyed viewing

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Wim van Egmond
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Cleg fly for cross eyed viewing

Post by Wim van Egmond »

A cross eyed version of the 3D Haematopota. Cross eyed viewing is easiest and the images can be bigger.

This is a link to a 1200 pixel wide version
http://www.photomacrography.net/forum/u ... ossbig.jpg

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Post by rjlittlefield »

Ah, superb! :D

You don't happen to have an even bigger one to link to, do you? <insert begging puppy emoticon>

By "bigger", I mean whatever it takes to show all the detail your camera caught. The one I linked at http://www.janrik.net/insects/ExtendedD ... reoDE.html (click on the picture) is 5852x2048 -- that's 2 x 3072 x 2048 minus a few pixels for alignment. That one is overkill -- given the quality lens I had at the time, 50% that size would keep most of the detail.

I think it's great fun to zoom in using SPM and pan across the subject. It's almost like using a stereo microscope on the real subject -- except more DOF!

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Post by Wim van Egmond »

Rik, you have to wait a week for that because I have to go to Austria in half an hour! :) Your 3D insect is great!

Wim

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