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== Overview ==
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The [[stereo]] command sets the current stereo mode.
The stereo option controls whether or not PyMOL displays the scene in stereo mode. Stereo mode is a convenient way to ''see'' 3D.  There are also various 3D modes -- like "cross eyed stereo".  See [[Stereo_Mode]].
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Stereo mode is a convenient way to "see" 3D with two images from slightly different angles.
  
== Syntax ==
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''There are corresponding '''stereo''' and [[stereo_mode]] settings which are controlled by the '''stereo''' command, so you don't need to set them directly.''
<source lang="python">
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set stereo,1
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== Usage ==
</source>
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<syntaxhighlight lang="python">
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stereo [ toggle ]
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</syntaxhighlight>
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Valid values for the '''toggle''' argument are:
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on,
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swap,
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off,
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quadbuffer,
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crosseye,
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walleye,
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geowall,
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sidebyside,
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byrow,
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bycolumn,
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checkerboard,
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custom,
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anaglyph,
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dynamic,
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clonedynamic
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(see also [[stereo_mode]])
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[[Image:Stereo on.png|Example of 1ESR shown in cross-eyed stereo|320px|right|thumb]]
  
 
== Example ==
 
== Example ==
<gallery>
 
Image:Stereo on.png|Example of 1ESR shown in cross-eyed stereo.
 
</gallery>
 
  
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<syntaxhighlight lang="python">
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fetch 1ESR, async=0
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as cartoon
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set cartoon_smooth_loops
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spectrum
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bg white
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stereo crosseye
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</syntaxhighlight>
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== See Also ==
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* [[stereo_mode]]
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* [[stereo_angle]]
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* [[stereo_shift]]
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* [[stereo_ray]]
  
 
[[Category:Stereo|Stereo]]
 
[[Category:Stereo|Stereo]]
 
[[Category:Settings|Stereo]]
 
[[Category:Settings|Stereo]]

Latest revision as of 12:46, 31 May 2012

The stereo command sets the current stereo mode. Stereo mode is a convenient way to "see" 3D with two images from slightly different angles.

There are corresponding stereo and stereo_mode settings which are controlled by the stereo command, so you don't need to set them directly.

Usage

stereo [ toggle ]

Valid values for the toggle argument are: on, swap, off, quadbuffer, crosseye, walleye, geowall, sidebyside, byrow, bycolumn, checkerboard, custom, anaglyph, dynamic, clonedynamic (see also stereo_mode)

Example of 1ESR shown in cross-eyed stereo

Example

fetch 1ESR, async=0
as cartoon
set cartoon_smooth_loops
spectrum
bg white
stereo crosseye

See Also