This anaglyph of site Nightingale was made from the stereopairs seen above. Each stereoscopic image was encoded using filters of chromatically opposite colors—one made with red and the other with cyan. When viewed through color-coded anaglyph glasses, each of the two images reaches the eye it’s intended for, and a 3D image is produced. Anaglyphs are helpful for selecting a sample collection site because they allow the team to intuitively understand the three-dimensional structure of things like boulders and craters.
Date Taken: March 21, 2019
Instrument Used: OCAMS (PolyCam)
Credit: NASA/Goddard/University of Arizona
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