DSC04884 Sue (T.Rex Fossil) , the ultimate terminator of the past 10/28/07 - NE view

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Volkan Yuksel on October 29, 2007

Sue resting in peace at Chicago Field Museum.

Olivier Souliman on October 29, 2007

Hé Hé !!! :o)

Olivier

Volkan Yuksel on October 31, 2007

Thanks Olivier, I am happy to be able to share this pair with you folks. Happy Halloween, Volkan

Buck Cash on November 18, 2007

Really incredible 3D image! The Field Museum is one of my favorites, and this image you've made is inspiring!

Volkan Yuksel on November 19, 2007

Thanks again Buck :)

Yes, I like going to Field Museum very much as well. It appears that your picture was taken before Sue was placed in the main hall back on May 17th, 2000.

I am glad that you're able to see X-3D pairs. There now are tons of 3D here in Panoramio :). If you haven't done yet, you can participate to our discussion and pool about 3D

Best wishes, Volkan

Euplio Archeo on February 17, 2009

Volcan, T-Rex is awesome, but perhaps the picture does not do its real size... I liked more the other two photos then this :) Best Regards, Io'

Volkan Yuksel on February 17, 2009

Dear Io', many thanks again for your kind messages. If you haven't done so yet, please urgently download SPM. It is not only great tool for making 3D pairs but it is also a great viewer that you can pan and most importantly zoom in where you want to see the details. I usually upload hi-res images to allow this to happen. Best wishes, Volkan

Euplio Archeo on February 17, 2009

Volkan, usually I did my 3D photos by myself without programs... I download sure SPM for my next! Thank You!!!!

Volkan Yuksel on February 17, 2009

Dear Io', many thanks again for your kind messages. If you haven't done so yet, please urgently download SPM. It is not only great tool for making 3D pairs but it is also a great viewer that you can pan and most importantly zoom in where you want to see the details. I usually upload hi-res images to allow this to happen.

As we create these pairs with significantly larger separation between the images compared to the distance between our eyes, our brain tend to perceive the objects smaller in them. This is because we can perceive so much dept only from very nearby objects such as thinks that we can hold in our hand. In other words, our eyes form perhaps ~30deg viewing triangle for the object you're holding in your hand, if we create this much viewing triangle artificially for the T-rex, than our brain thinks that what we are perceiving is very close to us as if we can touch it. To me this is ministration effect. If you Google "Volkanzilla" you may find more explanations about this explenation of mine.

Best wishes, Volkan

Euplio Archeo on February 17, 2009

Volkan, I have download SPM.

I know well Stereophotos operaion, but - I repeat - usually I did myself my 3D photos, so far...

Best Regards, Io'

Volkan Yuksel on February 17, 2009

Dear Io', yes before SPM I was doing my own 3D's as well. However, as you may have already foud out, SPM makes alignment very easy. And from Panoramio If you'd copy the full size 3D image into SPM, than you can zoom and pan as you wish in any 3D pair for detailed viewing as I mentioned in my previous message. For example this T-rex 3D can be enlarged in detail and full screen viewing is also possible for the best experience.

In addition, for near perfect alignments you can install the add-on Autopano-sift which enables the Auto Align function in SPM.

If you haven't noticed yet, we have a discussion on X-3D in the forum section which may be useful as well.

Are you in related profession? or just a hobbyist like most of us :)

Best wishes, Volkan

Euplio Archeo on February 18, 2009

Volkan, I saw 3D discussion on the Forum (I, for nature, do not like much discussion Forum... and I read superficialy) I think it is possible can be useful!

I proved SPM yesterday, now I'll use with care just for undertanding well its functions...

For Your question I'm just hobbyst (You can understand by my bad photos), my job is on Archaeology (You can see on my Collection Gela and Crete where I work) :)

Best Regards, Io'

Volkan Yuksel on February 18, 2009

Hi Io', thank for getting back to me. If your profession has connection to Archeology than I consider you as professional 3D photographer because I think 3D photography is very valuable for documenting historical objects.

I hope someday you can come to Turkey for visit and for your profession.

Now my last question; is Io' your real name or just a nickname inspired from Io)

Best wishes, Volkan

Euplio Archeo on February 18, 2009

Dear Volkan, ever a Pleasure!

I'm not a professional 3D photographer on Archeology - but can be an idea... - although I think can be useful... I know Turkey has a lot of Archeological sites and I hope to vitit them, and Your work about is very good.

I answer of cours to You: my name can be to translate "George" and a surname of me is infact "Io'" (with apostrophe), diminutive of my name...

All the Best to You, Io'

© Sonny☼Funny on July 17, 2009

Oh yes! Pretty Sue!! And Archeopterix circling above - he could have taken very interesting 3Ds of active volcanoes some billion years ago!!!LOL

Cheers, Sonny

Volkan Yuksel on July 17, 2009

Sonny, I think we need a space ship that can take us back in time so that we can do all kinds of 3Ds from Dinosaurs age and come back :) Cheers, Volkan

© Sonny☼Funny on July 17, 2009

Hihi - yes! - would be great!!!

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