by S L Ezekiel Tan, Orthopaedic Registrar, Department of Orthopaedics,
Royal Newcastle Hospital, Newcastle, Australia and also have an
interest in photographic and radiological imaging. I decided to publish this website
to disseminate information about stereoscopy, with particular regard to
medical imaging so the learning curve for others is less steep.
Where are all the images? - I have decided not to include too many
images on this site for two reasons - firstly, they will take too long
to load; secondly, most of the images that I am working on are real
patient data and
will not be made publically available. If you want to see
examples, please contact me by email with your professional details.
If you are
passing though Newcastle, Australia and want to have a look - let me
If you want help with setting up a stereoscopic system or
recommendations, I'd be happy to try to help. I'd also be
interested to hear from any other people involved in development of
stereoscopy in medicine.
Stereo equipment that I use:
Stereo Realist, TDC Stereo Colorist, beamsplitter attachment for 50mm
Stereo Realist Red Button viewer, Nikon table stereoscope, handheld
AMD XP2800+, 2GB RAM, nVidia QuadroFx 1000 video card, Dell 21"
monitor, e-Dimensional wireless glasses
Dell M90 notebook, 1GB RAM, nVidia QuadroFx 1500M (This notebook has 2
video outputs and can be used for mobile dual projector applications)
WinXP, StereoPhotoMaker and StereoVideoMaker, AMIDE, VolView
Disclaimer: All the opinions expressed in this site are my own personal
opinions and are not to be taken as professional advice.