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[UV, VIS] Rudbeckia hirta stereo butterfly vision

Dr Klaus Schmitt

Well-known member
Some of my recent works on human and (simulated) insect vision, here how
a flower ("black eyed susan", Rudbeckia hirta more specifically) may look
like seen through a butterflies' eyes (only the sensitivity aspect: UV mapped
in as blue).

The stereo images are LRL images and allow crosseyed and parallel viewing.

Rudbeckia hirta as crosseyed/parallel simulated butterfly image



ditto in human vision




Here the non-stereo versions for easier (non-headache ;D) viewing...

Human vision:


Butterfly vision (simulated, UV=blue)


more about (how it's done etc.) in my BLOG http://photographyoftheinvisibleworld.blogspot.com/
 

StuartRae

New member
Hi Klaus,

The stereo images are LRL images and allow crosseyed and parallel viewing.
Cross-eyed works just fine. Wonderful! Thanks for posting.

All I have to do now is get my eyes back in the right place.

Regards,

Stuart
 
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