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All the photos on this page are free-viewing cross-eyed 3-D pairs, viewed by crossing your eyes and gradually bringing the separate images together to form a single 3D image in the middle, much like viewing the 'Magic Eye' images that were all the rage a few years ago. A website that explains how to view the images can be found here: http://www.starosta.com/3dshowcase/ihelp.html . There is also a thread in the Forum with a discussion of 3D images and how to view them, and where many 3D images are posted: http://www.panoramio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1660 All of the 'Favorite Photographers' listed on this page are other pages with 3D images, and most of those users would be glad to help you view and create 3D stereo image pairs. Happy Viewing! (You can also see my non-3D images on my regular pages: Panoramio users 286174 and 569964)
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Thanks RoarX! yes, the American shipyard is now run by a 27 year-old Norwegian, lol. Interesting to understand where the Aker name came from!

at the same time means simultaneously!!!! (not each of them at 10p.m. - then they would be at the same point due to rotation and no 3D effect at all would result

hallo Sonny - ich hab grad mal was ganz ANDERES hochgeladen

:-)

This is an excellent example of what X3D can do to make a vast scene alive! It is a shame that Google Earth shuns such images that clarify so much. The mist in the front was a wonderful addition, and the Matterhorn in the back immediately placed the image in the Alps. All in all an excellent result!!

  • Beautiful * L I K E * - Best wishes - A-J
  • عکس بسيار زيباييست - با سپاس

HI - just came across your shots in the Travel contest - nice to see so many enjoyable 3Ds!

Thanks Kamaly, no arial 3D but the view from the hill where the monastery is situated!

Thanks Sonny and Michael! lol, thanks for the BOYS out here where the buoys are!!

Thanks Lambri! And lolol, your 3D camera set up is VERY creative!

Thanks Sonny! It was soooo cold and windy that day, but it's those conditions that made for the blue blue sea and sky. So nice to have had a chance to get out to see this lighthouse.

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