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Gigapan Comments (7)

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  1. Frank Neuperger

    Frank Neuperger (November 05, 2009, 07:33AM )

    Interesting how the registration of the L/R images makes closer poles seem to stick out above the surface of the monitor. In holography we would call that an image plane hologram. Is there a similar term for anaglyphs?

  2. Dana Johnson

    Dana Johnson (June 02, 2009, 09:44AM )

    Have you been using two of the Epic/Epic 100 devices side by side, or one only when taking the images? Keeping the sun movement in check during the entire time, and checking the accuracy of the reference Gigapan full frame would appear to be easier with two full setups. Thanks for the view :)

  3. Terry Foss

    Terry Foss (November 03, 2008, 03:57AM )

    Perfect. Thanks. I'll have to try one.

  4. Ron Schott

    Ron Schott (November 02, 2008, 09:13AM )

    Once I had stitched the two GigaPans with GigaPan Stitcher and saved them as TIFs I basically followed the guidelines laid out in "Making Anaglyph Images in Adobe Photoshop" from the Southern California Earthquake Center at: www.scec.org/geowall/makeanaglyph. html Will open in a new tab or window

  5. Terry Foss

    Terry Foss (November 02, 2008, 05:41AM )

    Seriously cool. How did you do the shading in Photoshop?

  6. Tim Doherty

    Tim Doherty (September 28, 2008, 06:39AM )

    Very cool! I've done anaglyphs before, but this is jacking it up a notch. You've inspired me -- I'll have to get out and try one also. Thanks.

  7. Payam Rahmani

    Payam Rahmani (May 29, 2008, 08:48AM )

    Fantastic 3:D