Looking back on what NASA has been up to in the past weeks and months, we are very happy to see their progress using 3D.
This article was originally published on www.display-central.com
Scientists using the camera aboard NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter are acquiring stereo images of the moon in high resolution (0.5 to 2 meters/pixel) that provide 3D views of the surface from which high resolution topographic maps are made. The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera Narrow Angle Camera (LROC NAC) team from the University of Arizona and Arizona State University are currently developing a processing system to automatically generate anaglyphs from most of these stereo pairs. An anaglyph is an image that can be viewed in 3
D using red-blue/green glasses.
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