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Anaglyph (3D) GigaPans

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Uploaded on Dec 9, 2010

Jason Buchheim, Owner, Odyssey Expeditions and Ron Schott, Fort Hays
State University talk at the first Fine International Conference on
Gigapixel Imaging for Science, November 11-13 2010 at Carnegie Mellon
University in Pittsburgh, PA.

This workshop will focus on a few methods for creating 3D viewable
GigaPan images. From tips on setting up your GigaPan unit(s) for
capturing a 3D scene to processing the images to create a red-blue
anaglyph in Photoshop, we'll work through the process of creating a 3D
GigaPan image and explore their possible uses.
Objectives: Understand the concept of 3D anaglyph images; Learn
practical setup strategies for capturing 3D scenes with one or more
GigaPan units; Learn how to process the resulting stitched GigaPans to
create either side-by-side or red-blue anaglyph images; Selecting
subjects that take the best advantage of this technique.

Contact: http://gigapixelscience.org or Mary Jo Daines at mknelly@andrew.cmu.edu

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