STEREOVIEW Stereoscopic plotting function
stereoview grabs the current 3D figure and plots it in two stereoscopical images.
Once launched, you can:
1) Choose the interocular distance coefficient (idc) that is defined as the ratio between the distance from the Camera Target and the interocular distance; a value of 30 works fine.
2) Choose the viewing mode: ‘parallel’ or ‘crossed’.
3) Rotate the view. In the Free Rotation mode, use:
a, s, d, w to rotate, x to stop.
4) Start a continuous rotation of the view; x to stop.
5) Print the two stereoscopical views in separate images. You can change the options for the saved images directly in the .m file at lines 163 and 169.
Version 4.0 NEWS
– stop of the continuous rotation with « x »
– can print the two images
Version 5.0 NEWS
– can change the distance between the two views to allow easier visualization
– can change zoom
– vertical axis bending bug fixed
(c) 2006 Iari-Gabriel Marino