Mascam-Z seeing in 3D

Mascam-Z seeing in 3D
Mascam-Z seeing in 3D The Mastcam-Z instrument on NASA's Perseverance rover includes two cameras set about 10 inches apart, which allow it to produce 3D images like this one. This is similar to the way our two human eyes work, with our brain forming the 3D image. This stereo, or 3D, image was taken with the Mastcam-Z simulator system, used during testing at Arizona State University. Arizona State University

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