Battleship Bismarck 3D Anaglyph Images

Anaglyph glassesApart from conventional 3D graphics, I also rendered some 3D anaglyph images of the german battleship Bismarck.

In order to see the 3D effect in these, you need to have special anaglyph glasses with red and blue lenses. Unlike the glasses that you usually use at 3d cinemas, anaglyph glasses do not contain polarizers. See the photo to the right.

 

Bismarck 3D view

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Short description of battleship 3D anaglyph

Uppermost section of battleship's Bismarck fore superstructure.

Uppermost section of battleship's Bismarck fore superstructure.

At the top there's the 10,5 m main rangefinder with a radar antenna fitted to its cuppola. Further below the Vormarsgalerie is visible with 4 ZAG observation instruments. A platform below has a searchlight and 2 quadruple 2 cm mounts.

Battleship's Bismarck funnel seen from starboard side.

Battleship's Bismarck funnel seen from starboard side.

On the large platform there are 2 single 2 cm mounts and 4 searchlights (2 of them under protective covers). Underneath there are 2 small aircraft cranes fitted. Arm of one of the battleship's 2 main cranes is visible to the right.

Main deck of battleship Bismarck in the area of fore superstructure, starboard side.

Main deck of battleship Bismarck in the area of fore superstructure, starboard side.

Two 15 cm secondary turrets are visible, with 10,5 cm mounts fitted one deck higher. Large arm of a crane is in the background.

On of battleship's Bismarck board Arado Ar-196 floatplanes sitting on the catapult amidships.

On of battleship's Bismarck board Arado Ar-196 floatplanes sitting on the catapult amidships.

A fragment of battleship's funnel is in top right corner and main crane's base is visible in top left corner.

Arado Ar-196 floatplane taking off from battleship's Bismarck catapult amidships, starboard side.

Arado Ar-196 floatplane taking off from battleship's Bismarck catapult amidships, starboard side.

Battleship's funnel and fore superstructure are visible in the background.

Battleship Bismarck 3D website - www.bismarck3d.pl

Website dedicated to history and 3D graphics, and presenting the 3D models made by Stefan Dramiński, with a special emphasis on German battleship Bismarck.

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POLAND, 2015