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First Stereoscopic 3D Photos from Mars Taken by the Curiosity Rover

August 8th, 2012 · 11 Comments · General 3D News


NASA has just published a few stereoscopic 3D photos from Mars taken by the Curiosity rover thаt has recently landed successfully on the surface of the “red planet”. No green aliens or something very interesting is on these three stereo 3D photos made available by NASA for now, but still it is nice to see how the planet’s surface looks in 3D…



The photos are black and white, available in anaglyph 3D format and not of very high resolution, showing a front (top photo) and back (bottom one) views from the Curiosity rover. You’ll need a pair of red-cyan anaglyph 3D glasses to view the photos in 3D. Hopefully we’ll be seeing more 3D photos from the Mars rover from now on and there will be more interesting things to see in 3D coming from Mars. Meanwhile you can also check some more photos, not only in 3D from the Curiosity rover and its landing on the planet at the official NASA photo gallery.

For some more photos from Mars taken by the NASA rover called Curiosity…

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