Hello Experts, I leaned that using a sterescopic cameras (generates 2 photos) one can measure the distance to any object in the image produced by the camera. For example, if I take a picture of a lamp post using a stereoscopic method, I can determine the Distance from the camera to the lamp post. My question is as follows: If I take a picture of two objects: object1 and object2 - BOTH of them in the SAME stereoscopic image(s). I can therefore determine the distance from the camera to object1 and distance from camera to object2. Is there a way for me to get the distance FROM object1 to object2? We can look at the problem in the following way: I have an origin - my camera. I have 2 points in space - to which I know the distances. This produces a triangle. In order for me to figure out the entire triangle I need 2 sides and one angle. How do I get the angle between my object1 and object2 from the perspective of the camera? (my 3 points are camera, xyz of object1, and xyz of object2).