Thursday, November 26, 2009
Enceladus's plumes in 3D
The plumes of Enceladus as a red-cyan 3D anaglyph. You will need red-cyan glasses to see it in 3D. Original image credit NASA / JPL / SSI /. (click to embiggen)
Over at the Planetary Society blog Emily has been posting astounding images from the latest fly by of Encaladus. See here, here and here.
Astounded by the cross-eye stereo images Emily posted, I've made my own red-cyan anaglyph for people who can't go cross eyed. Now go and read Emily's pages or go to the raw image website.
I have a 3D gallery and a 3D graphic adventure online.
Keep up the 3D work.
= stan heller