Monthly Archives: January 2015

Parallel versus cross-eyed stereo viewing – the swivel-eyed challenge

I was slightly surprised to learn from some people who have viewed some of my posts on Facebook and here, that they can view 3D photos designed for parallel viewing by “crossing their eyes”. First, let’s be clear, there are … Continue reading

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Crude but useful goniometer

One of the problems encountered when taking macro photographs of small objects such as insect heads, is the difficulty of maneuvering the object into the field of view to the angle one¬†wants. I can usually get near to the orientation … Continue reading

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Macro 3D photography by precision rotation

This will be a brief post with a lot to follow on! The macro turntable is now working. There are a few pictures in an earlier post. In brief, it consists of platform mounted on a BYJ48 stepping motor controlled … Continue reading

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