To view this image in 3 dimensions, click on the image to enlarge it. Get back from your computer screen about 6 to 8 feet. Put a finger in front of your nose about 2 to 3 feet. Look at your finger to cross your eyes. When the distance from your finger to your eyes is just right, you will then see 3 images. The image in the center is 3D once your brain blends the images.
Great stereo pic. I've been doing these crossed 3D stereo pairs too. Mostly buildings and landscapes. It's hard to get strangers to stand still for a couple seconds while I take two shots.
On the Icelandic geyser shot - yeah it was interesting to see a pool of water collect between the eruptions and then rise all at once when the pressure builds up from below. It all happens so fast, though, that you need a camera to stop the action. In a normal eruption you never actually see the dome with the bubbles beneath. BTW, at Old Faithful in Yellowstone they keep tourists about 50 yds back.
On the X3D shots - there are are a number of websites devoted to X3D - which you are probably already aware of. They even have dual camera mounts and synchronization gadjets for sale.
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