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How can I view stereoscopic image pairs without a stereoscope?

There are many options to view stereoscopic image pairs. There are two unassisted methods to view image pairs. Parallel viewing. The images are placed the way they would be with a viewer. The right ...
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How do I take a stereoscopic photo to view with Google Cardboard without buying two DSLRs?

how would you represent an image with a 60° span without just leaving most of it black? You can't do it without leaving most of it black. With a 60ºx60º image, you've only covered 1/18th of the ...
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How is this weird background / foreground angle shift achieved?

The effect is called wiggle stereoscopy or wiggle 3D. The image produced is wiggle stereogram. It is produced by taking the two images of the same subject/scene, from a slightly different viewpoint (...
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Lens/Mirror system for stereo photography?

Are there standard lens or rather mirror systems for doing this? There are stereoscopic lenses that let you take a single exposure with right and left images at once. One example is the Loreo ...
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How can I view stereoscopic image pairs without a stereoscope?

The method I use to view stereoscopic images - where two prints are side by side, is by: placing the image a foot or two away then. place my hand vertically as a divider - thumb in front of my nose, ...
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How do I take a stereoscopic photo to view with Google Cardboard without buying two DSLRs?

There are a few companies that sell stereographic lenses for SLRs. Limited set of focal lenths but it should do what you want. One example is the Loreo 3D
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Is it possible to use a single image sensor to capture a stereoscopic image?

There are numerous products available which do this exact thing. They are adapters which often fit over an existing lens to produce 2 images on the sensor. A quick search on ...
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What's the term for two or more still images combined to create a "gif like" frozen-in-time effect?

I would say its a kind of Stereoscopy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereoscopy
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How can I losslessly extract 2D image from a stereoscopic JPEG?

Here is a bash script that extracts left-right stereo pairs from mpo files using exiftool. ...
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Taking Photograph Through Beamsplitting Glass so the object photographed cannot see camera lense back

Edit: Now that I've already posted the answer, I realized maybe you only need a simple one-way mirror setup: you just put the camera in a dark room or a box and use the beam splitter as a window from ...
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How can I convert pre-1950 stereocopic photos to cardboard?

Sure. Most any stereo viewer for Cardboard will take .JPS files. Just scan your postcard as a .JPG and change the extension to .JPS (meaning JPG Stereo) Example viewer app: 3D/VR Stereo Photo Viewer ...
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How can I view stereoscopic image pairs without a stereoscope?

One of the simplest methods of emulating stereo viewing also requires no special software to view or create: animated GIF. Most full-featured image editors can create animated GIF files from a set of ...
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What is v the line position in the sensor plane in pixels?

I believe it is depth of focus at the image plane, because w/o that you cannot really create a 3D stereoscopic reproduction from the images. And it relates to the recording of Zmin-Zmax in the ...
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How can I view stereoscopic image pairs without a stereoscope?

There is a possible low-tech solution which I saw used in Edinburgh's Camera Obscura. Simply print out the images side be side (no gap between them, identical sizes) and put a (mountain) fold down the ...
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How can I view stereoscopic image pairs without a stereoscope?

There is software that creates a similar effect:- virtual reality. A stereoscope will present each eye with a different image to give the illusion of 3D. This is exactly what VR does. However, you ...
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'Realist 45' film advance lever works more than once per exposure, is this wrong?

So I took off the top panel of the camera and sort of re-aligned the cover for the spring. A sort of frisbee shaped part. I put the panel back on and now it stops you from advancing twice between ...
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Taking Photograph Through Beamsplitting Glass so the object photographed cannot see camera lense back

Front projection systems were once popular. A slide projector is mounted 90 degrees to the lens axis. This slide projector has a dual light source. A standard projector lamp and an electronic flash ...
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How can I losslessly extract 2D image from a stereoscopic JPEG?

I have found the solution to my problem. JPEG images begin with FF D8 FF, so the solution for an individual file is to simply search for the second occurrence of ...
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How is this weird background / foreground angle shift achieved?

That looks pretty simple to me, they just took a picture of the same scene from slightly different angles (like move the camera a few inches to the left or right for each image) and then glued the ...
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