Most of the images in this section are anaglyph stereo images. To view them in 3D, you’ll need to use standard anaglyph glasses (the ones with one cyan lens and one red lens).


Figures 1 and 2 Stereo works the same for both real photography (Figure 1) and all-CG images (Figure 2). Two cameras record the scene from slightly different angles, the colors of the resulting images are shifted, and the images are composited over one another. The resulting anaglyph image gives the impression of depth when viewed with cyan/red 3D glasses. ...

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