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Friday, March 19, 2010

M1 as an animated 3D, new version

In this blog, there is lots of experimental material. To see my actual astroimages, please, see my Portfolio: http://astroanarchy.zenfolio.com/

Animations are made by creating artificial parallax to an image. Then two images are animated together by using conversion web service, Start3D. There can be some artifacts in images, due the experimental nature of this work! The volumetric models are based on some known facts and an artistic impression.
Please, let the images load for few seconds to see them animated!
Original Image with details can be found HERE




Previous version can be seen HERE. I removed all the Stars since there was some artifacts in them, by this way the actual Supernova remnant can be seen better.

Stereo pair:
http://astroanarchy.blogspot.com/2010/03/m1-as-stereo-pair.html

Original 2D:
http://astroanarchy.blogspot.com/2010/03/m1-crab-nebula-finalized.html

2 comments:

Robert said...

These are fantastic...wish I could take images like these. Don't even know where to start....maybe one day I'll get to Finland and you can show me. Thanks...I will visit again.

J-P Metsävainio said...

Thanks Robert!

Just aim you DSLR or a snapshotter, on a good tripod, to a sky, take a dozens of 30s exposures with a wide angle lens and you are stepping to a "dark side"!
After that, you can learn how to stack them to a stunning astronomical photo.