Here are three alternate 3D renderings of one stereoimage taken by the Perseverance Rover’s Mastcam-Z stereocamera, earlier today in Jezero Crater, Mars, some 132 million miles (212 million km) away!
The second is a still stereopair, cropped and framed by me.
The third is a synthetic curiosity: the occlusion map produced by the SPM/DMAG depth map generation process, combined with the first-pass DPS depth map colorized with the Viridis color palette. It makes a cool 3D terrain map of this scene.
The bonus 2nd video here is an alternate stereovideo from 3PI that uses a zoom-in motion.
As this image and a ton more were released just today, I’ll have more shortly :)
Original images credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU
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