Seattle Skatepark in 3D

Lower Woodland Skatepark in 3D on Earth Patrol

Skateboarder density at the Lower Woodland Skatepark in Seattle was extremely low at 9 a.m. on a Wednesday morning. So what’s the point? Well, it means that you get 3D cross-eyed paired photos of the terrain instead of local skaters shredding their local spot. Check out all the concrete still-life after the turn.

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Lower Woodland Amoeba Bowl in 3D

Amoeba Bowl: Cross-eyed Stereo Pair

Lower Woodland Flow Bowl in 3D

Flow Bowl: Cross-eyed Stereo Pair

Lower Woodland Flow Bowl Roll-in in 3D

Flow Bowl Roll-in: Cross-eyed Stereo Pair

5 Responses to “Seattle Skatepark in 3D”

  • I use stereo-pairs at work sometimes for topography. Most of the ones I use are aerial photos shot from 2 angles at the same time. Cool post!

  • Fun park, huh? Cool shots too.

  • looks like a feisheye lens shot? whats the difference?

  • Colin – A lot of people can’t see “in stereo” well or at all with just the naked eye(s). I can barely catch the 3D here by crossing my eyes. I use a stereo viewer, or stereoscope to see in stereo. If you got good eyesight, you will probably catch it.

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