1. 3D anaglyph (red/cyan) video of a school of Atlantic spadefish (Chaetodipterus faber). Jupiter, Florida. September 11, 2010.

    This particular video looks great at 1080p full screen on a 17" monitor, but suffers greatly when reduced in resolution and viewed as a postage stamp-sized video.

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  2. My GoPro HD Hero camera inside an Eye of Mine flat-port underwater housing was very interesting once a bit of bait was attached to the camera. Third-person view video courtesy Sterling Zumbrunn.

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  3. 3D anaglyph (red/cyan) glasses necessary. Reef sharks, lemon sharks and nurse sharks investigate a gorgonian, where an injured fish must be hiding. Bahamas. Video by Eric Cheng.

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  4. 3D video (anaglyph red/cyan) of a moral eel hunting at night in the Maldives. Shot underwater with a custom BS Kinetics underwater housing for dual Sony CX550V camcorders (more information here: echeng.com/journal/2010/07/21/underwater-3d-stereoscopic-video-housing-unboxing-setup/ )

    If you would rather see a side-by-side format or row interleaved, check out the YouTube version of the video: youtube.com/watch?v=p5ePPMokVFQ

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  5. 3D test (anaglyph -- requires red/cyan glasses) in low light using dual Sony CX550V camcorders zoomed in a bit, perhaps, to 40mm or so. Sync is approx 16ms apart, which is why there is ghosting when objects move.

    Video targets large displays (30"+ ideal).

    Due to tolerances in manufacturing, it is nearly impossible to get two of these cameras to align perfectly, resulting in the need for rotational geometry correction in post, which may also account for further image degradation (in addition to the low light noise, that is).

    Music: Mendelssohn String Quartet No. 6, excerpt from first movement (thanks, Quartetto Sugoi!)

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