1. Skip to navigation
  2. Skip to content
  3. Skip to sidebar

STEREOPAN.COM Stereographic 3D Panoramas > Castle Rock Badlands (Anaglyph) by Ron Schott

Want to add this gigapan to your favorites? Log In or Sign Up now.

Log In now to add this Gigapan to a group gallery.

About This Gigapan

Taken by
Ron Schott Ron Schott
Explore score
0.86 Gigapixels
Date added
Nov 13, 2008
Date taken
Nov 08, 2008

Time for those red-blue glasses again!

And Wow! Look at that depth of field!

Gigapan Comments (3)

Toggle Minimize gigapan_comment
  1. Frank Neuperger

    Frank Neuperger (November 05, 2009, 07:25AM )

    Really nice on my 24 inch monitor in full screen mode. Not hard to deal with zoomed in parts. Seems like the key to zooming in is leaning back from the monitor am extra foot or two. This way objects to be more true life size rather than viewing a miniature 3 D model of the scene. Sure the viewers FOV is smaller but what you are looking at through the viewing window seems more realistically sized.

  2. Ron Schott

    Ron Schott (November 14, 2008, 07:55AM )

    I realize that the separation of the red and blue layers is too much when you zoom in deeply on this one - it hurts my eyes too! The camera spacing was about one foot apart in this case. See: www.gigapanner.com/?p=50 Will open in
a new tab or windowIn my previous anaglyph (www.gigapan.org/viewGigapan.php?id= 3527) I had matched the two images at the horizon in the far distance. Foreground objects (of which there were very few in that GigaPan) were offset too far, but over most of the image the separation was reasonable. In this case I matched the images on the promontory just right of center, so that the surveyors rod would be more or less perfectly aligned in the two images. This works well for the foreground objects and some of the distant objects if you don't zoom in too far, but distant objects at full zoom have too much separation to be properly viewed. I agree that the solution you propose, odyssey, that uses different separations for the different levels of zoom might be a workable fix for this image. I wonder, though, whether a closer spacing or deeper alignment point might obviate the need for such a fix... Time to experiment!

  3. Jason Buchheim

    Jason Buchheim (November 14, 2008, 06:00AM )

    This is very cool. Am using the glasses you gave me in fact. Very good depth of field. Fantastic, high resolution 3-D Gigapan! The 3-D effect is very strong, its as if I am exploring the badlands! No Glasses Needed - Synchronized Dual (left and right) Cross-Eye 3-D viewer here: www.3dpan.org/40270-40269--.22-.05 -150-150 Will open in
a new tab or window and many more 3-D Gigapixel panoramas here: www.3dpan.org Will open in
a new tab or window

The GigaPan EPIC Series, Purchase an GigaPan EPIC model and receive GigaPan Stitch complimentary

Where in the World is this GigaPan?


Member Log In