Amazing 3D animations of Nebula and Galaxies!! Wow!

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posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 05:15 PM
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To create these incredible 3D animations, J-P Metsavainio, a Finnish astronomical photographer, used scientific data:



Since the Weather doesn't support new images, I'm publishing some experimental work here.

I have tested a new method to publish my 3D-images as a form of Lenticular prints.
For this technique to work, I need series of images from different angles, in this case 24 images are needed.
Lenticular printing is actually an old technique but in past few years it has become much more sophisticated.
The results can be stunning visually, image plane disappears and object floats in and outside of the frame.

Since astronomical objects are too far away, no real parallax can be imaged. Doe to that, I have developed a method to turn my images to various 3D-formats. My work flow is based on scientific data from the object, distance and the source of ionization are usually known. The different types of the nebulae has typical structures, pillar like formations must point to the source of ionization, the radiation pressure forms kind of hollow area, inside of the nebula, around newly born stars, dark nebulae must be at front of the emission ones to show, etc... rest of the missing information is then replaced with an artistic vision.
The whole process is pretty much like sculpting!



Pelican Nebula in Cygnus


globular cluster NGC 6752

Check out all the other animations here. It really gives a real depth to the Universe as we know it.


Credits J-P Metsävainio (Oulu, Finland)
edit on 19-11-2012 by elevenaugust because: (no reason given)




posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 05:23 PM
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Really cool, but did you read the first line on the site:


COPYRIGHT, PLEASE NOTE All the material on this website is copyrighted to J-P Metsavainio, if not otherwise stated. Any content on this website may not be reproduced without the author’s permission.


Thanks for the link.


I am genuinely inspired to create something similar with the large collection of Hi Res space images I have collected through the years.

S&F for sharing this.



posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 05:48 PM
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fascinating, i am amazed how far we have gone with images...can't imagine what the future will bring for us.



posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 07:27 PM
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i thought i was trippin for a minuite then
im that tired i was struggling to tell if the pics were moving or if it was my mind playing tricks on me

time for bed
i will check back tommorow when im more with it!






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