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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Moon Fly By, an anaglyph 3D-movie




This looks kind of cool!

Red/Cyan 3D glasses required for viewing.
If you have a Red and Green filters, you can use them! Red goes to Left eye.





Be sure to double click the movie window, in YouTube, to see the movie in a Full screen!

Click image to see the Movie.





3D-images are made by creating artificial parallax to an image. The volumetric models are based on some known scientific facts and an artistic impression.

Monday, April 26, 2010

A collection of anaglyph, still motion, 3D-movies



Note!
Red/Cyan 3D glasses required for viewing. 
If you have a Red and Green filters, you can use them! Red goes to Left eye.


(You really should get yourself a pair of Red/Cyan eyeglasses! They cost next to nothing and you even can get free ones, if you'll rent a 3D-movie. Anaglyph 3D astronomical images are really cool to look at!) 


3D-images are made by creating artificial parallax to an image. The volumetric models are based on some known scientific facts and an artistic impression.


Collection of anaglyph Red/Cyan 3D-nebulae 
Click the Movie window twice to see the Video at better resolution in a YouTube!




Duration 2:35


Individual Movies of 3D-nebulae:


Full Moon


Veil nebula, Eastern part












A collection of 3D-images in several formats can be found here:
All the original 2D-images can be found here:






Thursday, April 22, 2010

Eastern part of the Veil nebula as a Stereo pair



Original 2D-image of the Eastern Veil nebula. (Autumn 2007)


Stereo pairs


Parallel vision


Cross vision

Other 3D-formats can be found here:
http://astroanarchy.zenfolio.com/f359296072

NOTE! This is a personal vision about forms and shapes, based on some known facts and an artistic impression.
Viewing instructions can be found from a Right hand side menu.

A wider field image, showing the whole supernova remnant above, image can be found at Seven a clock position.
Details here:


Eastern part of the Veil nebula as an anaglyph Red/Cyan 3D



I turned this image of the Eastern Veil to an anaglyph 3D-format.

Original 2D image. (Autumn 2007)
Details: http://astroanarchy.zenfolio.com/p1072219942/h2b87b70a#h2b87b70a



Anaglyph 3D





You'll need Red/Cyan Eyeglasses to be able to see this image right. Note, if you have a Red and Green filters, you can use them! Red goes to Left eye.
NOTE! This is a personal vision about forms and shapes, based on some known facts and an artistic impression

Other 3D-versions:

A wider field image, showing the whole supernova remnant, above image can be found at Seven a clock position.
Details here:
http://astroanarchy.zenfolio.com/p1072219942/h2b87b70a#h15c0e31e



Monday, April 19, 2010

Tulip nebula as an animated 3D

I redid this one, since there was no high resolution version of it.


An original wide field image of the "Tulip nebula".
Original Blog post (2008) and the technical details:
Animated 3D


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!





Other 3D-formats can be found HERE


Tulip nebula as a stereo pair




Parallel vision


Cross vision


 Original image (2008) and the technical details:


Other 3D-formats can be found here:
http://astroanarchy.zenfolio.com/f359296072

NOTE! This is a personal vision about forms and shapes, based on some known facts and an artistic impression.
Viewing instructions can be found from a Right hand side menu.

Tulip nebula as an anaglyph Red/Cyan 3D




An anaglyph Red/Cyan 3D

You'll need Red/Cyan Eyeglasses to be able to see this image right. Note, if you have a Red and Green filters, you can use them! Red goes to Left eye.
NOTE! This is a personal vision about forms and shapes, based on some known facts and an artistic impression

Other 3D-versions:

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Tweet this, a new feature



Please, note!

I have added a new feature to this Blog.
After each post, there is now a "TWEET THIS" button to publish an interesting article in Twitter community.



M27, experimental 3D-videos


I turned this original image of Planetary nebula, M27, to a 3D-movie files.

Original 2D-image of M27. Technical details can be found here:
http://astroanarchy.blogspot.com/2009/09/m27-in-two-palettes.html


3D-animated M27, a fly trough movie as a 2D movie.








Parallel vision 3D-stereo movie.




Cross vision 3D-stereo movie.





An anaglyph Red/Cyan 3D-movie.











You'll need Red/Cyan Eyeglasses to be able to see this image right. Note, if you have a Red and Green filters, you can use them! Red goes to Left eye.

Note.







 This is a personal vision about forms and shapes, based on some known facts and an artistic impression

Other 3D-formats can be found here:




Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Rosette nebula stereo pair(s), reprocessed




I redid this stereo image, since the older version was little too flat to my taste. Dark nebulae are also better handled this time. Generally, there is much more volume now.

EDITED 14.04.2010
Images are now organized to a "Zoom in" series, parallel vision series first and Cross vision second.

  



Parallel vision

NOTE! This is a personal vision about forms and shapes, based on some known facts and an artistic impression. Viewing instructions can be found from a Right hand side menu.
Original Image with details can be found HERE
Much more stereo images can be found HERE




Cross vision


Longer focal length stereography of the Rosette nebula, original 2D-image with details can be seen HERE.



Sunday, April 11, 2010

Saturday, April 10, 2010

IC 1805 as a stereo pair




I found this image of IC 1805, the "Heart nebula", from my hard drive. It's originally imaged back in 2007.

Technical details: 
ED80 + QHY8, guiding LX200+QHY5 UHC-filter 4h+flats+bias
Since this is imaged with an UHC-s filter, star colors are real!

3D-Stereo pair(s) in a broadband natural color composition.

Parallel vision

Cross vision

Much more stereo images can be found HERE

NOTE! This is a personal vision about forms and shapes, based on some known facts and an artistic impression


Stereo pair in the HST-palette (Hubble Space Telescope)
Red=Sulfur, Green=Hydrogen and Blue=Oxygen.
Colors are taken from this newer image:
http://astroanarchy.blogspot.com/2009/01/firs-light-for-qhy9.html
Scroll down a bit...


Parallel vision


Cross vision


Viewing instructions can be found from the Right hand side menu.



IC 1805 as an animated 3D



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!



Other 3D-formats can be found HERE


Original 2D-image

Technical details:

IC 1805 as an anaglyph Red/Cyan 3D




An anaglyph Red/Cyan 3D

You'll need Red/Cyan Eyeglasses to be able to see this image right. Note, if you have a Red and Green filters, you can use them! Red goes to Left eye.
NOTE! This is a personal vision about forms and shapes, based on some known facts and an artistic impression

Other 3D-versions:















Thursday, April 8, 2010

Can't see stereo images?




If you have any difficulties to see my stereo images, please, have a look here:
http://astroanarchy.blogspot.com/search/label/animations
Behind the link, there is smooth animations made from the stereo pairs!


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!




The end, it's officially over today!






All my season 2009-2010 images as a slide show.



THE END
Up here, 65N, astronomical darkness is not happening after today, 08.04.2010, until late September, 05.09.2010. 

Here is a collection from all of my astro images from this winter season.
 Images are in chronological order, latest at last.


The season 2009 -2010 was no good for imaging. Due the bad weather, I was able to capture only 16 separate images in a whole season, even though I used every possible opportunity to image. 
I feel kind of sad, as I'm forced to wait until late September to be able to do any night sky imaging again.
I'll post regularly news about my latest development work though, so stay tuned.


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My astro images in different 3D-formats


Animated 3D-images from my astro targets


Still motion movies from my astro images



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Saturday, April 3, 2010

M13 stereo pair reprocessed




Parallel vision

Cross vision

NOTE! This is a personal vision about forms and shapes, based on some known facts and artistic impression. Viewing instructions can be found from a Right hand side menu.
Original Image with details can be found HERE
Much more stereo images can be found HERE

More 3D-testing, M13 redone, an anaglyph 3D



Note! Image updated 06.04.2010



An anaglyph Red/Cyan version.




You'll need Red/Cyan Eyeglasses to be able to see this image right. Note, if you have a Red and Green filters, you can use them! Red goes to Left eye.
NOTE! This is a personal vision about forms and shapes, based on some known facts and artistic impression
Original image with details: