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Clouds in 3D, time to revisit an old topic?
droidtoaster
post Sep 17 2014, 03:28 AM
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Has this technique (multiple images from a single camera on a fast moving platform relative to subject) ever been successfully applied to any of the Jovians?

For example, I always thought the cloud banding of Jupiter looked '3D' even in single images, with areas of clear depth among the formations.

Or are the image intervals relative to all other motions just not in the ballpark for creating fuseable image pairs?

If not I may have to add this to my to-do list...
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bill davis
post Sep 17 2014, 04:24 AM
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I have not found any usable pairs from Jupiter yet.
Saturn provides a lot more material to work with...

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post Feb 26 2019, 12:34 AM
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Now that it's 2019 we can look at a stereo combo animation with GOES-17 and Himawari, courtesy of the Wisconsin CIMMS folks:

http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes/blog/wp-co...19_0450anim.gif


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post Feb 26 2019, 07:43 AM
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Someone call Brian May. He loves this stuff. I just hope the parallax is good enough.
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post Feb 26 2019, 06:21 PM
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Yes - maybe when Brian M. returns from the Oscars smile.gif

The parallax is plenty good or even a bit on the large side - on the order of a 90 degree viewing angle difference. A possible issue is slight differences in timing between various portions of each image frame pair. This type of data can also be utilized to help construct 3-D grids of cloud hydrometeors with a "tomographic" analysis.


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