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

PARALLEL VISION ISTRUCTIONS:
In parallel freeviewing the image for the left eye is on the left and the image for the right eye is on the right. You stare into the screen so that your eyes are aimed (more or less) parallel. As you stare into the screen you will get double vision as each eye sees the L & R images separately. When you are staring in at the right distance the middle two images will overlap and become 3d. The outer two images will remain and will still be 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

Cave Nebula

Cave Nebula

A two panel mosaic image of Sh-221 and Sh2-216

A two panel mosaic image of Sh-221 and Sh2-216

Sh2-119

Sh2-119

NGC 281

NGC 281

Bubble Nebula

Bubble Nebula

M 27

M 27

IC 410

IC 410

Soul Nebula, IC 1848

Soul Nebula, IC 1848

Soul Nebula detail

Soul Nebula detail

Categories & Keywords
Category:Scenic
Subcategory:Night Sky
Subcategory Detail:
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, Parallel Vision
6.Claudia(non-registered)
Hi...
... I thought I had to tell you I am SO fascinated by your wonderful work here !
And had such a Treat last night... turned off the light, clicked the 'Slideshow' button, set my eyes to parallel free-viewing mode...... and...... wow... !!!
Just couldn't help sharing such a fabulous experience, so... it's now featuring on Dr Brian May's Soapbox:
http://www.brianmay.com/brian/brianssb/brianssbjan13.html#25
THANKS !!! Love Astro Anarchy !
5.J-P Metsavainio
Thanks Rick,

As you might have noticed, this is a passion to me.
4.RickTherrien(non-registered)
Hello Astro Anarchy.
Firstly allow me to echo the comments of others - your work is fantastic.
Thank you for sharing your work on these stereo images - it certainly adds another "dimension" to the enjoyment of these beautiful objects.
Your work is inpirational.
3.J-P Metsavainio
Hi Jack!

Thanks for the nicest comments.
I have done some Solar system objects too.
3D planets, Sun and moons can be imaged to 3D by using their natural rotation or libration. My equipments are for DS imaging at the moment, so I don't have much Solarsytem images.
2.Jack Hirst(non-registered)
The first time I came across a couple of your space stereo pictures, I said that is not possible. I
know that it is not, but the effects are amazing just the same. I have been dabbling with taking
stereo photos for about 50 years so pictures really excite me. Have you done any of the
planets in our solar system?
I hope you don't mind that I have printed some for viewing with my Holms viewer.
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