1. Jardin des Tuilleries à Paris 2/2

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    For best viewing, use red cyan anaglyphic 3D glasses, and view from three to four feet from your monitor !

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    • Jardin des Tuilleries à Paris 1/2

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      For best viewing, use red cyan anaglyphic 3D glasses, and view from three to four feet from your monitor !

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      • Jardin de la Vallée Suisse en face du Grand Palais à Paris...

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        For best viewing, use red cyan anaglyphic 3D glasses, and view from three to four feet from your monitor ! Un seul miroir suffit finalement ... Je viens juste de faire l'essai avec mon miroir de poche de salle de bain, un modèle standard vendu chez Monoprix, incliné pour former un angle de 45° avec l'affichage sur l'écran d'ordinateur, et réfléchir l'image anaglyphe selon un angle droit de 90° vers le regard, portant des lunettes inversées par rapport au montage de l'image anaglyphe sur écran, c'est à dire ici en plaçant le filtre rouge sur l'oeil droit ! Je pense que si j'amène un seul et unique miroir à faire circuler dans la salle de cinéma, en spécifiant de retourner les lunettes pour regarder au travers de celui-ci, cela devrai suffire amplement pour assister les spectateurs qui n'auraient pas une bonne restitution de la vision en relief anaglyphe, à cause d'un oeil directeur trop important par exemple, le petit truc d'illusionniste précédent rétablissant alors la vision défaillante pour certains ? https://www.google.fr/search?q=miroir+portable+coiffure&rlz=1C1CHMC_fr&espv=2&biw=1280&bih=715&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=G2QZVd3SH5LuaKn1gcgD&ved=0CCAQsAQ https://www.google.fr/search?q=lunettes+anaglyphe+3d+r/c&rlz=1C1CHMC_fr&espv=2&biw=1280&bih=715&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=XmQZVdONMZXgarT8gWg&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAg

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        • Jardin des Plantes à Paris Super 8 Anaglyphe 2/2

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          This is Super 8 stereoscopic cinema finally projected in my living room! For best viewing use red cyan anaglyphic 3D glasses and view from three to four feet from your monitor. It's finally operational, but after one sleepless night supplements last to finalize the last details adjustments of projection at home… The filtering of images proposed here is red/cyan (red on the left), with horizontal parallax a little corrected at the movie screening, which results in a significant loss of the useful surface area projected into relief on the edges of the pictures, only the center of the screen was thus really projected here in red/cyan anaglyph… I also have at the disposal severals kinds of filters ( DIY conceived by myself of course) which allow me the alternatives green/magenta and yellow/blue anaglyphic filtering… Finally polarized filters build out of acetate films, cut out with very the plastic glasses 1 $ piece, sold out as supplement of the commercial film shows in “Real 3D”, authorize me the ultimate luxury of projection in linear polarized light on a screen of the portable metallized type! The invention of the french "Frères Lumières" about 1935 made it possible to carry out a copy of pulling of the anaglyph type directly on a colour film, in order to save very greedy filtering in light on the projector of cinema itself, therefore to double the quantity of useful light available to the projection which arrives on the screen, and to use only one cinema projector of course ! They had made a remake at the time of “L'Arrivée d'un train en gare de La Ciotat”, this time projected in stereoscopic anaglyphic version ! Another one of odd abandoned photographic process is the very astonishing “Photostéréosynthèse”: fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photost%C3%A9r%C3%A9osynth%C3%A8se Je suis tombé juste du premier coup ! En regardant au travers de mes lunettes filtrantes anaglyphes en carton, j'ai d'abord calé au pif l'écartement des deux calques de couleurs, pour que le relief apparaisse agréable au regard sans nécessiter d'effort excessif d'accommodation de l'oeil en convergence, c'est à dire que j'ai placé intuitivement le plan zéro de ma fenêtre stéréoscopique dans la profondeur de la perspective, afin de réduire le jaillissement des avant-plans de l'image et valoriser d'avantage la profondeur des arrière-plans de cette même perspective ... Je n'ai finalement pas réussi à faire mieux cet après-midi, en cherchant d'autres placements suggestifs possibles de la fenêtre stéréo dans la profondeur ! Plus en avant... cela fatigue la tête et les bouquets de fleurs dans les arbres mettent plus de temps à surgir... Plus en arrière... il n'y a plus beaucoup de jaillissement et la perspective semble un peu trop "creuse" au regard ... Le premier coup d'oeil "au pif" était le bon ! Mais il faudrait voir le film Super 8 projeté dans son format original pour apprécier pleinement ! Jardin des Plantes à Paris Super 8 Anaglyphe 2/2 flickr.com/photos/dominik-lange/

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          • Jardin des Plantes à Paris Super 8 Anaglyphe 1/2

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            This is Super 8 stereoscopic cinema finally projected in my living room! For best viewing use red cyan anaglyphic 3D glasses and view from three to four feet from your monitor. It's finally operational, but after one sleepless night supplements last to finalize the last details adjustments of projection at home… The filtering of images proposed here is red/cyan (red on the left), with horizontal parallax a little corrected at the movie screening, which results in a significant loss of the useful surface area projected into relief on the edges of the pictures, only the center of the screen was thus really projected here in red/cyan anaglyph… I also have at the disposal severals kinds of filters ( DIY conceived by myself of course) which allow me the alternatives green/magenta and yellow/blue anaglyphic filtering… Finally polarized filters build out of acetate films, cut out with very the plastic glasses 1 $ piece, sold out as supplement of the commercial film shows in “Real 3D”, authorize me the ultimate luxury of projection in linear polarized light on a screen of the portable metallized type! The invention of the french "Frères Lumières" about 1935 made it possible to carry out a copy of pulling of the anaglyph type directly on a colour film, in order to save very greedy filtering in light on the projector of cinema itself, therefore to double the quantity of useful light available to the projection which arrives on the screen, and to use only one cinema projector of course ! They had made a remake at the time of “L'Arrivée d'un train en gare de La Ciotat”, this time projected in stereoscopic anaglyphic version ! Another one of odd abandoned photographic process is the very astonishing “Photostéréosynthèse”: fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photost%C3%A9r%C3%A9osynth%C3%A8se Je suis tombé juste du premier coup ! En regardant au travers de mes lunettes filtrantes anaglyphes en carton, j'ai d'abord calé au pif l'écartement des deux calques de couleurs, pour que le relief apparaisse agréable au regard sans nécessiter d'effort excessif d'accommodation de l'oeil en convergence, c'est à dire que j'ai placé intuitivement le plan zéro de ma fenêtre stéréoscopique dans la profondeur de la perspective, afin de réduire le jaillissement des avant-plans de l'image et valoriser d'avantage la profondeur des arrière-plans de cette même perspective ... Je n'ai finalement pas réussi à faire mieux cet après-midi, en cherchant d'autres placements suggestifs possibles de la fenêtre stéréo dans la profondeur ! Plus en avant... cela fatigue la tête et les bouquets de fleurs dans les arbres mettent plus de temps à surgir... Plus en arrière... il n'y a plus beaucoup de jaillissement et la perspective semble un peu trop "creuse" au regard ... Le premier coup d'oeil "au pif" était le bon ! Mais il faudrait voir le film Super 8 projeté dans son format original pour apprécier pleinement ! Jardin des Plantes à Paris Super 8 Anaglyphe 1/2 flickr.com/photos/dominik-lange/

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            • Stereoscopic vision of the "Jardin des Plantes" in Paris ...

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              For best viewing, use Holmes stereoscope, and view from three to four feet from your monitor. flickr.com/photos/dominik-lange/ " The Jardin des Plantes is the main botanical garden in France. It is one of seven departments of the Muséum national d'histoire naturelle. It is situated in the 5ème arrondissement, Paris, on the left bank of the river Seine and covers 28 hectares (280,000 m²). Founded in 1626, the garden was not planted by Guy de La Brosse, Louis XIII's physician, until 1635 as a medicinal herb garden. It was originally known as the Jardin du Roi. In 1640 it opened to the public. After a period of decline, Jean-Baptiste Colbert took administrative control of the gardens. Dr. Guy-Crescent Fagon was appointed in 1693, and he surrounded himself with a team of brilliant botanists, including Joseph Pitton de Tournefort, Antoine de Jussieu, Antoine Laurent de Jussieu and his son Adrien-Henri. It includes the 6,963 specimens of the herbarium collection of Joseph Tournefort, donated on his death to the Jardin du Roi.[1] The Comte de Buffon became the curator in 1739 and he expanded the gardens greatly, adding a maze, the Labyrinth, which remains today. In 1792 the Royal Menagerie was moved to the gardens from Versailles. " "A Holmes stereoscope, the most popular form of 19th century stereoscope In 1861 Oliver Wendell Holmes created and deliberately did not patent a handheld, streamlined, much more economical viewer than had been available before. The stereoscope, which dates from the 1850s, consisted of two prismatic lenses and a wooden stand to hold the stereo card. This type of stereoscope remained in production for a century. It is primarily American, although it is often named Mexican stereoscope."

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              • Reflets de lumières anaglyphes

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                For best viewing, use red cyan anaglyphic 3D glasses, and view from three to four feet from your monitor. First time look at the video with the red filter on the left eye's hand side, then swap the filter's position and put on the red glass on the right eye. You can therefore see the amazing inverted 3D daydream ! http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yggdrasil Il ne faut pas s'arrêter à la surface ondoyante de l'eau et porter son regard vers le fond du lac ! C'est l'astuce du jour pour accéder rapidement à la vision en relief anaglyphe inversé, en portant le filtre rouge des lunettes devant son oeil droit, et en prenant un peu de recul face à l'écran de son ordinateur portable ... Succès garanti ! Je viens de faire tourner en boucle mon petit film vidéo-numérique anaglyphe publié sur vimeo, un coup les lunettes à l'endroit, un autre à l'envers, puis à nouveau un visionnage à l'endroit, puis à l'envers, et ainsi de suite ... C'est assez fascinant le renversement de la cohérence stéréoscopique de la perspective de l'image ! En "vision normale", comparable au rendu d'origine de la prise de vue, des racines émergent à la surface de l'eau flottant un peu devant l'écran de l'ordinateur portable, de même que des amorces de branchages en bordure du cadre et portés en avant plan, la surface ondoyante de l'eau réfléchissant l'image découpée en ombre chinoise d'un arbre au lointain ... Avec le renversement des filtres anaglyphes, le rouge venant sur l'oeil droit et vice-versa le cyan sur l'oeil gauche, une magie s'opéra soudain retournant le mirage du relief à l'envers, les éléments de l'avant plan passant derrière et ceux de l'arrière plan devant soi, de sorte que l'image ondulée de l'arbre au lointain vient se confondre avec la surface plane de l'écran de l'ordinateur portable, et les racines et autres branchages normalement devant soi s'enfoncent en profondeur abyssale de l'image, creusant un nouvel espace jardin imaginaire de vestiges enfouis ! C'est assez déstabilisant et très amusant à la fois !

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                • Fête de la Musique à Paris anaglyphe

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                  For best viewing, use blue amber anaglyphic 3D glasses, and view from three to four feet from your monitor. flickr.com/photos/dominik-lange/

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                  • Les Serres d'Auteuil et ses plantes tropicales à Paris projetées en relief anaglyphe ...

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                    For best viewing, use red cyan anaglyphic 3D glasses, and view from three to four feet from your monitor. Jardin des Serres d'Auteuil https://www.flickr.com/photos/dominik-lange/ From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia " The Jardin des Serres d'Auteuil (French pronunciation: ​[ʒaʁdɛ̃ de sɛʁ dotøj]) is a botanical garden set within a major greenhouse complex located at the southern edge of the Bois de Boulogne in the 16th arrondissement, with entry at 1 avenue Gordon-Bennett, Paris, France. The site first served as a botanical garden in 1761 under Louis XV. Today's greenhouses were designed and constructed in 1895-1898 by architect Jean-Camille Formigé (1845-1926). In 1998 they became part of the Jardin botanique de la Ville de Paris. Today the greenhouses produce about 100,000 plants per year for the interior decoration of municipal buildings. Exhibition greenhouses contain palm trees, succulents, and tropical collections, with substantial representation of Araceae, Begoniaceae, Bromeliaceae, Codiaeum, Peperomia, Philodendron, Rhipsalis, Rhododendron, Saintpaulia, and Zingiberaceae. "

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                    • Paysages contemplatifs intérieurs / Inner landscapes meditations

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                      This is Super 8 stereoscopic cinema finally projected in my living room! For best viewing,use red cyan anaglyphic 3D glasses, and view from three to four feet from your monitor. It's finally operational, but after one sleepless night supplements last to finalize the last details adjustments of projection at home… The filtering of images proposed here is red/cyan (red on the left), with horizontal parallax a little corrected at the movie screening, which results in a significant loss of the useful surface area projected into relief on the edges of the pictures, only the center of the screen was thus really projected here in red/cyan anaglyph… I also have at the disposal severals kinds of filters ( DIY conceived by myself of course) which allow me the alternatives green/magenta and yellow/blue anaglyphic filtering… Finally polarized filters build out of acetate films, cut out with very the plastic glasses 1 $ piece, sold out as supplement of the commercial film shows in “Real 3D”, authorize me the ultimate luxury of projection in linear polarized light on a screen of the portable metallized type! The invention of the french "Frères Lumières" about 1935 made it possible to carry out a copy of pulling of the anaglyph type directly on a colour film, in order to save very greedy filtering in light on the projector of cinema itself, therefore to double the quantity of useful light available to the projection which arrives on the screen, and to use only one cinema projector of course ! They had made a remake at the time of “L'Arrivée d'un train en gare de La Ciotat”, this time projected in stereoscopic anaglyphic version ! Another one of odd abandoned photographic process is the very astonishing “Photostéréosynthèse”: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photost%C3%A9r%C3%A9osynth%C3%A8se flickr.com/photos/dominik-lange/

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