Search Results for 'anaglyph'

Opportunity for anaglyphs

February 9, 2010 | By

Oh, I have a very cool anaglyph (red-green 3D images) for you! Stuart Atkinson from the Cumbrian Sky blog has created some fantastic anaglyphs of images from the Mars rover Opportunity as it investigates Concepcion crater. Here are some blocks that look like ejecta from the impact itself: [Click to embiggen.] These are beautiful! They […]

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3D anaglyph animation

March 27, 2007 | By

This is very cool: you know those images — called stereograms — of weird semi-random patterns that, when you look them, you suddenly see a 3D dinosaur or a planet or something else? There’s an animated one now. Tip o’ the binoculars to Fark. Warning: many childish remarks, and some NSFW stuff.

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Standing on Mars

October 17, 2012 | By

What would it look like to stand on Mars? Probably like this: [I had to shrink this image considerably to fit the width of my blog; click to properly enaresenate.] Space enthusiast Denny Bauer created this spectacular panorama of the Martian landscape using images from the Curiosity rover; he arduously stitched raw images together in […]

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Jaw-dropping rotating 3D nebula

October 8, 2012 | By

A little over 2000 light years away, toward the constellation of Cepheus, is a place where stars are being born. It’s a nebula, a gas cloud, and it’s called IC 1396. It’s monstrous, well over a hundred light years across – even at its tremendous distance, it’s wider than six full Moons in our sky. […]

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Curiosity rolls!

August 22, 2012 | By

Just a few minutes ago, engineers at JPL here on Earth commanded the Mars Curiosity rovers to make its first test drive! The rover rolled a few meters, stopped and took a picture of its progress: [Click to enaresenate.] Wow! This image was taken by the left NAVCAM (NAVigation CAMera) on Curiosity at 15:00:53 UTC […]

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Tiny lunar volcanoes

December 12, 2011 | By

The Moon is packed with all sorts of interesting features that only come to light — literally, in some cases — when very high-resolution imaging is done. For example, the lunar far side has a bunch of small volcanoes, some only a few hundred meters across, like this one: [Click to enlunenate.] The image is […]

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3D video Vesta

December 2, 2011 | By

If you’ve ever wanted see what it would look like to orbit the asteroid Vesta in 3D, now’s your chance. You have to have red/green glasses, but I bet after seeing all the anaglyph posts I’ve made, a lot of you do. Anyway, this animation was made by NASA/JPL using data from the space probe […]

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The fiery descent of Atlantis… in 3D!

July 22, 2011 | By

Well, today is certainly shaping up to be "jaw-dropping pictures of Atlantis day"! How so? Well, I already posted the stunning image of the Orbiter’s descent as seen from space, and just the other day I mentioned how I was hoping Nathanial Burton-Bradford would make more 3D images… so guess what? Get out your red/cyan […]

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Atlantis launch in 3D

July 20, 2011 | By

Tomorrow morning, July 21, at 5:56 a.m. EDT (09:56 GMT), the Space Shuttle Orbiter Atlantis is scheduled to set wheels down on Earth one last time. When it launched, though, pictures were taken as the rocket rolled that allowed Nathaniel Burton-Bradford to create a 3D red/cyan anaglyph: [Click to enlaunchenate.] I posted another 3D image […]

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Atlantis rises above your monitor

July 12, 2011 | By

Nathanial Burton Bradford takes images from NASA and other science sources and creates 3D red/blue anaglyphs from them. If you have a pair of those glasses, then feast your eyes on this tremendous one he made of Atlantis from yesterday’s 360° pitch maneuver: Cooool. What really makes this one is the Vertical Stabilizer (the tail […]

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