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Anaglyphes et stereo photographie (3D)

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Anaglyphe

Un anaglyphe (en grec ancien : « ciselure en relief », « bas-relief », « ouvrage sculpté », composé d’ana, « du bas vers le haut » et de glyphe, « ciselure ») est une image imprimée pour être vue en relief, à l’aide de deux filtres de couleurs différentes (lunettes 3D) disposés devant chacun des yeux de l’observateur. Ce principe est fondé sur la notion de stéréoscopie qui permet à notre cerveau d’utiliser le décalage entre nos deux yeux pour percevoir le relief. Vue anaglyphique, présentant un relief bien perceptible (lunettes bicolores nécessaires : le rouge à gauche).

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APOD Text Search. L'anaglyphe : un procédé à la portée de tous ? Par Catherine Auguste L’anaglyphe, qui signifie « sculpté ou ciselé en relief » en grec, reste le moyen le plus simple pour la réalisation de vues stéréoscopiques.

L'anaglyphe : un procédé à la portée de tous ?

C’est pourquoi les magazines, généralement de vulgarisation scientifique ou à destination des enfants, proposent régulièrement aux lecteurs des vues anaglyphes dont le relief est restitué par le port de lunettes filtrantes rouge/cyan : on scrute avec étonnement ou déception la lune, les petites bêtes en 3D, les sportifs en action ou la nature accidentée… Le web n'est pas en reste et l’on y trouve une profusion de vues en tous genres, des photos de vacances aux photomontages surréalistes de plasticiens. - anaglyphes - sterephotographie - Paris - crozet - pascal- Faire soi-même ses lunettes 3D anaglyphe (Rouge/Cyan) (Résolu!) Salut, J'ai découvert comment faire sois même ses lunette 3D anaglyphe (côté rouge, côté bleu), j'ai trouvé ça super et j'ai décidé de vous le faire partager.

Faire soi-même ses lunettes 3D anaglyphe (Rouge/Cyan) (Résolu!)

Www.stereoscopie.fr - Galerie d'images stéréoscopiques - Ce site présente des photographies stéréoscopiques, c'est-à-dire en relief, de Paris et de nombreux autres endroits du monde. Stereoscopy.com - Links to other 3D-Websites. Stereoscopy.com - The World of 3D-Imaging! (3D Photography / Stereo Photography) StereoPhoto Maker (French) English , German , Japanese.

StereoPhoto Maker (French)

Stereoscopy.com - The Library: Stereo Photography - by Fritz G. Waack. Welcome to Life & Depth - Life & Depth: Stereo photography is the practice of capturing and viewing three dimensional images.

Welcome to Life & Depth - Life & Depth:

There are many, many ways to create and present stereo imagery. This site illustrates film and digital camera techniques to produce stereo image pairs using commonly available equipment. A key emphasis of this site is explaining the concept of the Stereo Window - the point in space that corresponds to the image frame of a stereo view.

This concept applies to the image capture process and the processes of presenting the image pair to the eyes. Stereo photography is not for the timid. This generation of gear is widely available on Ebay and other sites for a few hundred dollars. If you wonder how all this stuff works, the section on Principles of Stereography provides an introduction to the theories. Astro stereo images. Space Stereos. In the very early days of photography Henry Draper, a chemist from New York University, made the first daguerrotype portrait in the USA in 1840.

Space Stereos.

He also made stereo photos of the moon with a reflecting telescope. Online – Different Thinking. A Stereoscopic method of verifying Apollo lunar surface images by OLEG OLEYNIK, Ph.D.c Previously of the Department of Physics and Technology Kharkov State University, Ukraine Photographs taken on the lunar surface during the Apollo missions are regarded as the most compelling pieces of evidence that mankind went to the Moon.

Online – Different Thinking

The photographic validation method presented here is based on the detection of two-dimensional objects among three-dimensional objects, and determining the mutual arrangement of these objects in space and the distance to them by applying a technique known as stereoscopic parallax. The word parallax derives from the Greek parallaxis meaning "alteration" where parallax is the difference in the apparent position of objects caused by shifting camera position. To achieve such a result, images are overlapped and are deducted/subtracted from each other using the function "difference" in an image processing application such as Photoshop®.

Fig. 1. Fig. 2. Fig. 3. Create 3D Images Using Your Cell Phone, a Stick, and Gimp : Create 3D magic. Get Gimp and the Plug-In:Download and install The Gimp fromwww.gimp.org.

Create 3D Images Using Your Cell Phone, a Stick, and Gimp : Create 3D magic

This is a free program and it runs on Windows, Linux, and even OS X. When your installation is complete, go out and download the "make analyph" script-fu plugin from here: This will take a lot of the guess work out of the tricky coloring process. Install the Plug-In:To install the script, first check to see where the script should go. Open up Gimp. Do not close any of the windows. 3D/Stereo images - Microworlds Photography. Alpes_Stereo : photos en 3D, anaglyphes des Alpes. Système solaire en 3D. Anaglyph, Red/Cyan, Astronomical images. Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Explores the Moon in 3-D. Scientists using the camera aboard NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter are acquiring stereo images of the moon in high resolution (0.5 to 2 meters/pixel) that provide 3-D views of the surface from which high resolution topographic maps are made.

Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Explores the Moon in 3-D

The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera Narrow Angle Camera (LROC NAC) team from the University of Arizona and Arizona State University are currently developing a processing system to automatically generate anaglyphs from most of these stereo pairs. An anaglyph is an image that can be viewed in 3-D using red-blue/green glasses. LROC acquires stereo images by targeting a location on the ground and taking an image from one angle on one orbit, and from a different angle on a subsequent orbit. Anaglyphs are used to better understand the 3-D structure of the lunar surface. The LROC NAC anaglyphs make lunar features such as craters, volcanic flows, lava tubes and tectonic features jump out in 3-D. Apollo Image Atlas. Apollo Image Atlas, Apollo Lunar Surface Closeup Camera (ALSCC) Image Catalog. The-moon - Anaglyph. Mars Exploration Rover Mission: Multimedia: All Raw Images: Spirit.

LROC WMS Image Map. The Map With the mouse cursor positioned in the main map view, click and drag to pan the map in any direction.

LROC WMS Image Map

Double-click to zoom in one level and recenter. If so equipped, move the mouse wheel to zoom in and out. Alternatively, the control in the top-left corner may be used to navigate the map. Click the arrows to pan the map. Depending on how the map is integrated into the website, clicking and dragging the lower-right corner resizes the entire map. Dialog Boxes Dialog boxes all exhibit the same behavior.

Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera. Admirez la Lune en 3D grâce à LRO  La sonde LRO de la NASA nous offre encore un spectacle renversant, une vue en 3D de la surface lunaire ! Découvrez votre satellite sous un autre angle, en fait, deux… Cette sonde LRO, pour Lunar Orbiter Reconnaissance, orbitant autour de la Lune depuis maintenant trois ans ne cesse de nous épater. Après un petit voyage au sein des cratères lunaires il y a peu, Lune : visitez ses cratères comme si vous y étiez !

LUNETTES POUR ECLIPES ET 3D. Lunettes 3d anaglyphes carton. Mars Pathfinder. Mars Exploration Rover Mission: Multimedia: 3-D Images. Mars Color Stereo Photographs. Astro Anarchy. 2015 January 3 - Apollo 17: A Stereo View from Lunar Orbit. Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. 2015 January 3 Apollo 17: A Stereo View from Lunar Orbit Image Credit: Gene Cernan, Apollo 17, NASA; Anaglyph by Patrick Vantuyne Explanation: Get out your red/blue glasses and check out this awesome stereo view of another world.

The scene was recorded by Apollo 17 mission commander Eugene Cernan on December 11, 1972, one orbit before descending to land on the Moon. Apollo 17 Image Library. Figure Captions Copyright © 1995-2014 by Eric M. Jones. All rights reserved. HTML Design by Brian Lawrence. Last revised 23 August 2014. No copyright is asserted for NASA photographs. NASA photos reproduced from this archive should include photo credit to "NASA" or "National Aeronautics and Space Administration" and should include scanning credit to the appropriate individuals or agencies as noted in the captions. Anaglyphe.