of the pictures on this site are in 3D.
Some are anaglyphs, and can be seen with standard red/cyan 3d glasses.
side by side in groups of three.
Use the left pair (a&b) for "cross-eyed" viewing.
The right pair (b&c) are for "parallel" viewing.
With a little practice, most people can easily see one or the other.
If you're having trouble combining the
images, hold your finger aproximately 1/2 way to the screen.
Look at your finger, but concentrate on the doubled images on the screen.
Move your finger closer or further until the two images behind it look like three images.
Then focus on the center image until it becomes clear.
"Parallel" 3-d using B & C images.
Viewing 3-d images uses your eye muscles in ways they may not be used to!
It may take a few sessions before you are completely comfortable with it.
If you experience any eye fatigue or discomfort, take a break!
My doctor says...
"Cannabis helps relax eye muscles!!!"
your head level, and look straight at the screen (especially avoid side
Don't sit too close. The closer you sit, the harder your eye muscles will have to work to see the 3-d.