[Chimera-users] Cross eyed stereo pair generated by default

Greg Couch gregc at cgl.ucsf.edu
Thu Jul 2 11:39:26 PDT 2015


I'll look into it.

FYI, cross-eyed stereo is the standard for stereo PNG and stereo JPEG 
files.  There is a buglet in stereo image saving -- the .png files 
should be renamed to have a .pns suffix, and the stereo JPEG images 
should have a .jps suffix.  However there aren't many viewers other than 
the one that comes with NVIDIA's 3D Vision setup.

     -- Greg

On 07/02/2015 11:20 AM, Oliver Clarke wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I’ve noticed that when I save a stereo pair (using File/Save Image/Image Type/stereo pair), the resultant stereo pair is suitable for cross-eyed viewing.
>
> This is great for me, as I can’t do wall eyed stereo, but the default for many journals is to provide a wall-eyed stereo pair.
>
> Of course it is easy enough to convert by swapping the two halves of the pair, but for the sake of convenience, would it be possible to list stereo pair (cross eye) and stereo pair (wall eye) as two separate options in this dialogue?
>
> Cheers,
> Oliver.
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