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    Default JPL - Posts howto guide for making 3D images from from Rover photos



    JPL. 2/23/2004. Spotlight: How to Make Your Own Eye-Popping 3-D Pictures.

    Using AdobePhotoShop to prepare red and blue 3-D anaglyphs from Rover photos.

    article in HTML: << http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/features/3d.cfm >>
    article in PDF: << http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/features/3D_spot_3.pdf >>

    Regards - Kurt

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    Default JPL - Posts howto guide for making 3D images from from Rover photos

    Would be nice, IF I could afford photoshop, but it cost almost as much
    as my rent.


    --
    "Knowledge is a 3 edged Sword" Kosh on Babylon 5
    www.starlords.org


    "PrisNo6" <fisherka@csolutions.net> wrote in message
    news:9865fa0b.0402270929.4df7f564@posting.google.c om...
    Pictures.
    Rover photos.
    http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/features/3D_spot_3.pdf >>



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    Default JPL - Posts howto guide for making 3D images from from Rover photos

    PrisNo6 wrote:


    Big fan of Photoshop (lowercase s) myself, but that might be a bit rich
    for some.

    The tools to do this are also available at no cost:
    See: http://www.lamarchefamily.net/nakedsoft/ for Mac OS X users.

    Or low cost for Win, OS 9 and OS X users:
    See: http://tabberer.com/sandyknoll/ Scroll down to the 3D Maker
    program.

    I suspect there are *NIX programs as well, but that's above my pay
    grade.

    Should you happen to have a handy pair of anaglyph glasses nearby, surf
    on over for a astro/terrestrial image that I (allegedly) created a few
    years ago: http://isthatspam.0catch.com/3dSQUIRREL.jpg

    The original source photo -- which is not mine -- is quite startling
    and can be viewed here (no special optical aids required) but you might
    want to be sure to be seated when viewing.

    http://isthatspam.0catch.com/mascot2.htm

    --
    -John Steinberg
    email: not@thistime.invalid

    -= I link therefore I'm spammed =-

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    Default JPL - Posts howto guide for making 3D images from from Rover photos

    In article <270220041448525533%seesig@bottom.net>,
    John Steinberg <seesig@bottom.net> wrote:

    GIMP (which is open-source) should run on any UNIX-like
    system, including OS X. Googling for:

    gimp anaglyph

    gives lots of hits. There also seems to be a version of
    GIMP for Windows. Google:

    gimp windows

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    Default JPL - Posts howto guide for making 3D images from from Rover photos

    starlord wrote:


    If you don't want to pay big buck$, but still want an all-singing,
    all-dancing Photoshop-like tool, check out GIMP. It's totally free,
    and does pretty much what Photoshop does. I see your O/S is
    Windows, so you can get a build here:

    http://www2.arnes.si/~sopjsimo/gimp/

    Cheers!

    rudy

    PS, I finally tracked down a copy of _The City and the Stars_ based
    on your recommendation. It's on the to-read pile.

 

 

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