Thursday, July 19, 2007

 

StereoVision Imaging, Inc.'s 3-D VuCam [CROSS-CONVERGENT PAIRS]


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The StereoVision Imaging, Inc. 3D VuCam

© Abe Perlstein





[NOTE: Red/cyan ANAGLYPH versions of these CROSS-VIEWING stereo pairs are featured in the previous post.]

View these CROSS-VIEWING stereo pairs in 3-D without glasses. Here's how:

1) Click on images to enlarge
.

2) View stereo pairs straight on and from a distance of about 2-feet from your screen.

3) Cross or converge your eyes a bit until you see three virtual images. [NOTE: If you don't cross or converge your eyes enough, you will likely only see the two images as they appear on the page. If you cross or converge your eyes too much, you may see four images.]

4) With all three images in your line of sight, continue holding focus on all three and gaze upon the center of the three images. The virtual center image will appear fully three-dimensional.

If at first you don't succeed, be patient and try again. The dimensional rewards are well worth the effort.


Remember: click on images to enlarge.

All the images in this post
and in the previous anaglyph post were shot with the
3D VuCam
,

a new digital binocular/stereo camera product manufactured by StereoVision Imaging, Inc.

To learn more, log on to http://www.stereovisioninc.com
...and click on the 3D VuCam tab on the top of the home page.

Unlike a number of binocular/camera combination products
on the market that capture monoscopic 2-D views,
the 8x40 power 3D VuCam records stereoscopic 3-D views
as you see them through the viewing optics!



View screen in the open position,
the StereoVision Imaging, Inc. 3D VuCam

© Abe Perlstein






View screen in the open position,
the StereoVision Imaging, Inc. 3D VuCam

© Abe Perlstein






The StereoVision Imaging, Inc. 3D VuCam
© Abe Perlstein







The StereoVision Imaging, Inc. 3D VuCam
© Abe Perlstein





Here are a selection of stereo images shot with the 3D VuCam...



Gull and boat off Baywood, California.
© Abe Perlstein






Double-Crested Cormorants and Morro Rock -
Morro Bay, California.

© Abe Perlstein





Double-Crested Cormorants roosting in the eucalyptus trees in the rookery by the Inn At Morro Bay - Morro Bay, California.
© Abe Perlstein






Great Blue Heron, Windy Cove area -
Morro Bay, California.

© Abe Perlstein






Great Blue Heron, perched on a log underneath the rookery by the Inn At Morro Bay -
Morro Bay, California.

© Abe Perlstein





Dune patterns, Morro Bay sand spit - Morro Bay, California.
© Abe Perlstein







Photographer, Marlin Harms, Morro Bay sand spit -
Morro Bay, California.

© Abe Perlstein






Photographer, Marlin Harms. Background, Holister Peak, Morro Bay sand spit - Morro Bay, California.
© Abe Perlstein




[below] Photographer, Marlin Harms, Morro Bay sand spit - Morro Bay, California.
© Abe Perlstein




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