The paper deals with the approach of compiling of animations from a pair of oblique stereoimages. The authors investigated as simple and cheap way as possible to develop such approach which will be available for wide scope of ordinary users with common equipment. They concentrated on three procedures of oblique stereoimage handling to compile sets of images, animations and analogue documents. After capturing construction site by a pair of web cameras the data were corrected, photogrammetrically adjusted (due to radial distortion) and exported. Firstly, a set of anaglyphic images were compiled, then they were trimmed and timeline was inserted. The final anaglyph animations are compiled in various versions. In addition, an anaglyphic book containing 150 images was created in a special way that the user can easily browse through its content. The main outputs are several unique anaglyph products, but more beneficial outputs are developed procedures of anaglyph visualization that can be applied with minor modifications to photographing of any objects.
Coatings with high absorption or emission of thermal radiation are often required in infrared, space and cryogenic
applications. It is much more difficult to generate a surface which is sufficiently "black" at cryogenic temperatures than
at room or elevated temperatures. An experimental study was carried out to compare the thermal emissivity and
absorptivity of a variety of black coatings on copper and aluminum substrates at temperatures in the range from 10 K to
300 K and the results are presented in this paper. The surfaces tested include paints and thin-film coatings.