[Chimera-users] saving wall-eye stereo
meng at cgl.ucsf.edu
Sun Mar 23 09:02:51 PDT 2014
What you call parallel-eye we call "wall-eye" stereo.
As mentioned in the "Image Tips" page, near the bottom:
Wall-eye, cross-eye, and red-cyan stereo images can be saved by changing the graphics window to the corresponding camera mode with the Camera tool (or the command "stereo") and using the "same as screen" Image type in the Save Image dialog.
In other words, you could use command "stereo wall" to go to walleye and "stereo mono" to go back to normal in the Chimera window, or do the same things with the "camera mode" setting in the Camera tool (in menu under Tools... Viewing Controls). The default "Image type" in the Save Image dialog is already "same as screen".
I hope this helps,
Elaine C. Meng, Ph.D.
UCSF Computer Graphics Lab (Chimera team) and Babbitt Lab
Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
University of California, San Francisco
On Mar 23, 2014, at 4:24 AM, Francesco Pietra wrote:
> About stereo drawings with chimera (GNU Linux), I received from the editorial staff:
> All stereoview illustrations have been drawn in the cross-eye mode, i.e. the
> picture for the right eye is on the left and vice versa.
> Has this been chosen deliberately? In our opinion, the parallel-eye mode
> seems to be used more often.
> Please let us know whether we should switch the figures (you would not need
> to send new ones) or not.
> They did the job of transformation to parallel-eye. Next time, I would like to be able to do that myself, while I don't see the parallel-eye mode in chimera. Which is the equivalent?
> francesco pietra
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