Stereoscopic Images (2/?)

Hmmm… how to they make those images?

It seems like they just take the same photo and print it twice, side by side.

No, not really.

Stereographic images only seem like they are the same image. The dual image is made by a camero with two lenses beside each other.

Creating images approximately 2 1/2 inches apart (roughly the distance between a human’s eyes, the camera image blends when the brain perceives it in three dimensions.

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2 Responses to Stereoscopic Images (2/?)

  1. You know, on some level I guess I always wondered. Thanks :)

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