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Wide-Baseline Stereograms

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Uploaded on Aug 2, 2011

Stereo pairs captured with very wide baselines (large distance between frames). All were taken with my phone's camera (a Droid 3) in HD video mode, mostly from out of train- (PATCO), airplane, and car windows, although a couple of them were manually walked between locations. In the case of the airplane images some of the stereo pairs are taken from hundreds or even thousands of feet apart, making it possible to discern depth out to many miles.

I enjoy the accentuated depth effect that you get from a wide baseline (superstereo). There are some window violations and blurry images due to moving at high speeds, but these are parts of reality. Unfortunately superstereo doesn't always look good with viewing methods that often have bad ghosting like anaglyphs, and some people may feel uncomfortable with the level of depth in some images. I hope you can find some shots that you enjoy.

In order of appearance:
- backyards of brownstones in Collingswood
- a boat and trucks in front of a business
- Camden water tower, cranes on the Delaware
- street
- Campbell's Field
- clouds in the distance from a bridge in Maryland (cloud layers are miles away yet you can tell their relative distances)
- Ben Franklin Bridge
- church in Philadelphia, skyscraper in the background
- church in Philadelphia (different vantage point), skyscraper in background
- clouds (airplane shot)
- clouds (airplane shot)
- clouds (airplane shot)
- clouds w/ some land peeking through (airplane shot)
- Battleship New Jersey in the distance
- blimp in the distance (top left corner)
- graffiti
- crooked water tower
- parking lot
- Philadelphia alley
- boats and Dave & Buster's on the Delaware
- Philadelphia street
- rubble in New Jersey
- scrap yard (sorry about the blur)
- scrap yard (blurry, again)

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