Sunday, 10 August 2014
Undercliff - there and back again: 3D
I'd planned to walk from Lyme to Seaton, but the Undercliff coast path is currently broken by a landslip near the Seaton end. Still, it's normally about a four-hour walk, so I walked for two hours from the Lyme end, had lunch in a clearing, and walked back.
These pictures are crossed-eye stereopairs (i.e. slightly cross your eyes, and the two images will fuse into a third in 3D between them). While 3D cameras aren't wildly expensive these days, I went with the cheap and cheerful option, which is fine as long as the subject isn't moving; I just took two photos from viewpoints about a metre apart, taking care to target some central feature. Some worked better than others. They're probably easier to view if you click to enlarge.
For completeness, here's the experimental one I took on a previous visit in 2010.