posted on Nov, 2 2006 @ 05:27 AM
This is all about seeing Mars as it should be seen in real life!
This is a cross-eyed technique and doesn't need any aids like 3D glasses etc. A little practice and patience is what is required.
Once this technique is mastered you will experience amazing crystal clear 3D images from the Mars Orbiter Camera and the Mars Exploration Rovers. How
is it done?
Sit back and look at the image pairs from about 18 inches away from your screen. Gently cross your eyes until a 3D image appears directly in the
center. So you will now see three images , the centre one in glorious 3D.
With a little practice this will become very easy to do and is not harmful in any way.
Set monitor to 800 x 600 for ideal results.
Here is one to try. The others are external images which you can click.
Do you see the landscape jumping out and the valleys going right into the depths of your screen? Amazing isn't it?
Image courtesy of NASA/JPL.
Here are some to try. Enjoy!!: