Abstract

A simple device is described that is capable of providing real-time 3-D viewing of extended x-ray and γ-ray objects. The visible-light images produced by the device are not merely stereoscopic, i.e., one perspective, but possess both horizontal and vertical parallax with a reasonably large field of view.

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