Variety of stereo pairs

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Charles Krebs
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Variety of stereo pairs

Post by Charles Krebs »

One of my back-up drives died, so I decided to do some file clean-up before creating a new backup. Came across a forgotten folder where I had fooled around with making some stereo pairs using Zerene. A few of these were posted at one time as a regular "2D" image. I searched the forum to check, and (with the exception of a different version of the amoeba test) had not posted these as stereo versions. So here they are as "cross-eyed" pairs for those who have the ability to view them in stereo.


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Spectacular! I really like the aphids and the two crab larvae.

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:shock: :shock: i tryed to cross my eyes...wow this is new for me....incredible deep images.(only mith my Smart Phone not pc monitor)
Can you tell me where i csn found procedure???
Thank for posting :wink:
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Post by Cactusdave »

The Zerene stereo making facility is great. I have been through exactly the same process of reworking some older images for stereo. The results aren't as spectacularly beautiful as Charles', but I ought to post them some time.
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Post by Charles Krebs »

Arturo,

As Dave referenced, this is done with Rik's Zerene Stacker program.

You can find documentation here:
http://zerenesystems.com/cms/stacker/do ... eticstereo

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WOW! \:D/ =D>

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Post by Chris S. »

Wonderful! My favorites are the aphids and sunset moth scales.
arturoag75 wrote:I tried to cross my eyes...wow this is new for me....incredible deep images.(only with my Smart Phone not pc monitor)
Can you tell me where I can find procedure???
Arturo, if you mean the procedure for creating stereo image pairs, then Dave and Charlie have answered your question. On the other hand, if you are looking for advice on procedures for viewing stereo pairs, here is a useful thread.

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Post by g4lab »

Wonderful!!!

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Post by Jacek »

As always, great job

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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Charlie,

Very nice, amazing work!

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Thank you Charles for infos
Arturo

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Post by leonardturner »

Nice pairs! The ant looks particularly threatening!

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Post by JL »

Those stereo pairs are very nice. Best for me are the aphids, might be for the color and "ambiance".

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Post by discomorphella »

Beauteous. I may never uncross my eyes again....(he said bumping into his scope table with his eyes crossed....). Lucky most of us older chemists learned to view stereo projections using a card and crossed eyes.

David

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Post by seta666 »

Like Rik said those crab larvae stereos are spectacular; I wish one day I have the oportunity of work whith a good microscope to get this kind of image

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