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What is this all about?

>Got to<
and other pages here
to find out about electric discharge experiments with CRT surfaces covered with dust and other materials.

I'll be splitting these image off into topic specific pages linked from here and one or two
of the images below so look for those links in the days ahead.
The first will be 09-experiments
>>>>Next is the electric wind aspect from 2010 experiments

This stereo page is deliberately long so you can
set up your viewer and scroll down through the images.
If you do not have a device for viewing stereo images,
you can construct one with some common houshold and personal items.

Here is a picture of what i used initially.
(Disregard the metal bar with the groove, it is a camera mount for taking stereo shots with a single camera)

Now, I'll tell you how to use them. Hold slightly away from you while using your thumb nuckles to estimate spacing. Initially, view each picture seperately with the eye on the same side and alternate between each picture and eye until your brain catches on. Adjustment of viewer position might be forward or back or rotational with reference to the viewer's centerline. You may need to move away from the screen on larger images. Some image are blurry, but don't let that get in your way. Stereo viewing seems to clean up some focus issues.

Now I'm using a device that is a bit easier,
one of two folding viewers by Loreo. For computer viewing; the Pixi is used

Available from me directly or one of the sellers that provide them.

3D walt an ebay store-

>Here is an item on ebay< that is useful for stereo views on your computer.

Here is an image to test with your viewer. Click on the image for a larger version suited to the Loreo Pixi 3D Viewer.

See more balloon flight images from 3dzp-equator-cams

Now on to some of the results from experiments with electric discharges and the planetary features they create.

These three images are grouped like this because they are three views
of features made in the same experiment, the passover-monitor run. The first image is the monitor which was facing down. The second two are of the monitor which faced up. The last image of the peaks correlates directly with the negative-releif spiders.

These images of negative releif spiders give the best indication
of what is happening. Note how the spiders do not overlap.
I think this reveals that in the first phase of pattern formation
the 'surface is discharging' locally to the probe.

From the Discharge-burst/Twister experiment comes these patterns.

Test images for alignment technique

Here are the remaining tots from the salt/sand compression experiment. They are places next to rocks that you might think came from different geologic formaions but they are actually formed adjacent to each other. The black rock is in patches surrounded by the conglomerate and the white is in thin layers cutting through the conglomerate at a steep angle. The underside of the rock in the foreground has that boundary evidence. The background item is from elsewhere and the blue/white/grey stuf is epoxy floor material used for this 3D test shot.

All these CRT pairs have been taken from near-sequential frames of video footage.
The next two are from the TV monitor experiment when my finger was used as the discharge probe.

This next image is from the capacitor plate/vacuum chamber experiment.
I'll get the links to all these videos posted here soon.
Use this link to see how the next feature was formed.

This image works well with my home made stereo viewer
made for two cut-off paper towel cores and lenses from a
pair of reader glasses which were broken at the nose bridge
and then taped down with the ear rails.

For the next one you'll want to move away from the screen to about
6ft. or so.

And these last few are for alignment practice.

Along the Electric Universe Perspective

Stereo Software for the beginner and advanced users. Brought to my attention by: DrT-3D

You can create your own stereo views with some simple photography methods and an image editor such as 'Paint'. Shoot two shots of your subject while keeping the camera level and simply shifting your esight from one leg to the other. You are just moving the mono-lensed camera the distance between your eyes. Then view those images side by side with a viewer.

If you have questions
I will try to answer them.