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NOTE!
This is a personal vision about forms and shapes, based on some known facts and artistic impression.

CROSS VISION INSTRUCTIONS:
In cross eye freeviewing the image for the left eye is on the right and the image for the right eye is on the left. You stare at a point about 1/2 way to the screen so that your eye's gaze is crossing at the half way point. Thus the left eye sees the correct image which is on the right. As you cross your eyes the image will go double. When your eyes are crossed the correct amount the middle images will overlap and be in 3d. The two outer images will remain and will be in 2d.

A step by step Tutorial for 2D to 3D conversion can be found here: http://astroanarchy.blogspot.com/2009/04/neaic.html

Please, use a full screen and click the image, to see them as large as possible!

Saturn

Saturn

IC 405, the Flaming Star Nebula (Sh2-229)

IC 405, the Flaming Star Nebula (Sh2-229)

IC410

IC410

M27, the "Dumbbell Nebula"

M27, the "Dumbbell Nebula"

Tulip Nebula, Sharpless 101

Tulip Nebula, Sharpless 101

Sharpless 115

Sharpless 115

Jones-Emberson 1

Jones-Emberson 1

IC 1340, Veil Nebula closeup

IC 1340, Veil Nebula closeup

Bubble nebula

Bubble nebula

NGC 6888, the "Crescent Nebula"

NGC 6888, the "Crescent Nebula"

Ring Nebula

Ring Nebula

Pelican Nebula

Pelican Nebula

Pelican Nebula

Pelican Nebula

Great Wall of Cygnus

Great Wall of Cygnus

Soul Nebula, IC 1848

Soul Nebula, IC 1848

Sharpless 132 (Sh2-132)

Sharpless 132 (Sh2-132)

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Category:Scenic
Subcategory:Night Sky
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Keywords:3d astro, 3d astronomy, H-apha, Hubble palette, astro, astro photo, astro photographing, astronomia, astronomy, avaruus, galaxy, heven, hubble, kaasusumu, kaukoputki, narrowband, national geographics, nebula, night, sky, sky & telescope, space, stereo pair, stereogram, sun, taivas, telescope, teleskooppi, three dimensional nebula, tähdet, tähtikuvaus, tähtitiede


Guestbook for Stereo Pairs, Cross Vision
4.Kronos(non-registered)
I hope to come across a good deal of encouraged version of things that will be always mentioned more than what we all could have seen before. This sudden shift in things is due to the fact that people are looking for change. http://www.originalorkopina.com
3.Melinda Green(non-registered)
What is this sorcery?! :-)

Like all the best technology, this does look like magic. Do you have a page describing the essence of your stereo conversion technique? For instance, how do you choose the depths for stars and other features? Are the results purely fiction or can you infer some actual depth information?

Would you like to try your technique on some nebular fractal images? Here is one I think would be particularly nice. I've rendered it in stereo too so we could compare the results.
http://superliminal.com/fractals/bgram/ZrZiOut.htm
2.J-P Metsavainio
Hi Tony,

Thank you very much for the kindest feedback!
I do 3D-conversions for astronomical images to share, how I see them in my head.
They might be useful for scientific purposes too to visualize structures etc...
For me they are purely an art form, as generally my astronomical imaging is.
Astroimaging is a mixture of science, technique and art and if one part if failing, the result is then less good.
1.Tony Peterson(non-registered)
This 3D work is an outstanding contribution to our art, and is at the same time an invaluable aid to scientific appreciation of deep space objects. I cannot praise it enough; thank you J-P!
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