Ppm3d User Manual

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NAME

ppm3d - convert two PPM images into a red/blue 3d glasses PPM

 

SYNOPSIS

ppm3d leftppmfile rightppmfile [horizontal_offset]

 

DESCRIPTION

This program is part of Netpbm(1).

ppm3d reads two PPM images as input and produces a PPM as output, with the images overlapping by horizontal_offset pixels in blue/red format. The idea is that if you look at the image with 3-D glasses (glasses that admit only red through one eye and only green through the other), you see an image with depth. This is called a stereogram.

horizontal_offset defaults to 30 pixels. The input PPMs must be the same dimensions.

To make a different kind of stereogram, use pamstereogram. That makes a steregram that you view without special glasses, just by letting your eyes unfocus so that each eye sees different parts of the image.

 

SEE ALSO

pamstereogram(1) ppm(1)

 

AUTHOR

Copyright (C) 1993 by David K. Drum.


 

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