In article <Co7KG1.MzI at cc.umontreal.ca>, Michael Coady <coady at ERE.UMontreal.CA> writes:
> I'm passing on a request from a friend, who has a bunch of
> data stored on his PC using some godforsaken software, and he can
> generate views of the objects he has recorded from various angles.
> He would like to generate some cross-eyed stereo figures from the
> data, and thus would like to know what software is available to do
I don't understand the question. If can *already* "generate
views ... from various angles", then all he has to do is generate
2 such views rotated from each other by 6 degrees around the y
axis, paste them side-by-side, and he has his cross-eyed stereo
figure, right? What is there left for other software to do?
misrael at csi.uottawa.ca Mark Israel