May 6, 2013
Seeing in the Round
image by Paco Bellido, Spain
Making a stereo or 3-D image used to require two images taken with slightly different perspectives. Not any more. Paco has used software called LuSol3D to make 3D pictures of the Moon, viewable with anaglyph glasses (above) or crossed eyes. Because I can't see stereo - I have one weak eye - I leave it to you to comment on how well this works. See Paco's website for more information.
Yesterday's LPOD: How Many Sinuous Rilles Are On the Moon?
Tomorrow's LPOD: Rows of Domes