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aldo12xu
2005-Feb-08, 11:05 PM
I thought forum members would be interested in a few 3D videos generated from Mars Express anaglyphs covering some of Valles Marineris' canyons, Maja Valles and Pollack Crater.

I did one of Louros Valles with my video software: http://www.marsgeo.com/

And the folks at MarsUnearthed did 4 animations using Shockwave:
http://marsunearthed.com/Movies/Movies.htm

If people are happy with my Quicktime and Real Player versions, I'll try to create more animations in the future. But I think Shockwave is the way to go, so I'll be considering that.

Cheers,
Aldo.

Metricyard
2005-Feb-11, 02:06 AM
I thought forum members would be interested in a few 3D videos generated from Mars Express anaglyphs covering some of Valles Marineris' canyons, Maja Valles and Pollack Crater.

I did one of Louros Valles with my video software: http://www.marsgeo.com/

And the folks at MarsUnearthed did 4 animations using Shockwave:
http://marsunearthed.com/Movies/Movies.htm

If people are happy with my Quicktime and Real Player versions, I'll try to create more animations in the future. But I think Shockwave is the way to go, so I'll be considering that.

Cheers,
Aldo.

That's very impressive. Nice job =D>

But where can I get 3D glasses to fully appreciate this?

lyford
2005-Feb-11, 02:53 AM
If people are happy with my Quicktime and Real Player versions, I'll try to create more animations in the future. But I think Shockwave is the way to go, so I'll be considering that.

Thanks! I vote QuickTime, Shockwave and the Real Player, in that order.

jdub
2005-Feb-12, 05:53 AM
Hi aldo, fancy meeting you here.

Free red/cyan glasses can be obtained here:
http://marsunearthed.com/Anaglyphs/FreeGlasses.htm

aldo12xu
2005-Feb-14, 04:29 PM
Yeah, jdub, the Mars forums are relatively quite these -- gotta go wherever the action is ;)