Has anyone made an anaglyph photo from Nadir geospatial data? I have found some excellent examples of making anaglyphs in GIMP from digital photography. I would like to do a similar process with Nadir geospatial data. I have a 11km x 11km Nadir image of a TIN that I would like to convert into an anaglyph. I was wondering if I could apply a shift to one of the images (ie: shift one image X metres west and X metres north) to create the "left" image of the anaglyph. My question is related to the amount or percentage of the shift needed. Is there a mathematical way to calculate this, if I know my resolution, extent and scale?
My other thought was to simulate overlap by creating two images that have 60% or 80% overlap between the images. Has anyone successfully tried this?
Any help would be appreciated.