mcgmatt, thanks for sharing your thoughts with me. I am glad you too can perceive the 3D right off the screen without any tools. If you haven't done yet, I'd appreciate if you could participate to the pool in the forum section.
Best wishes, Volkan
pity i find it much easier to view these the opposite way around. oh well, looked nice after i swapped the left and right side in paint.
JuddMan, I am glad you liked the 3D stereoview after switching the sides. I personally find X-Eyed viewing much easier than parallel viewing. It perhaps be easier to chance the viewing modes with this excellent program SPM which also allows you to make your own 3D pairs. I hope you find it useful. Regards, Volkan
Fantastic - I got the 3d effect by slowly crossing my eyes until images merged. Wow, what an effect. Thanks
Dear Donald, I am very happy that you took your time and energy to see the 3D in this pictures. Also, I am glad to see that you found the experience very rewarding :) As perhaps you already did my 3D tag contains many more 3D pairs which you may find them interesting as well. BTW, if you can see 3D that means you can very easily make your own 3D photos with whatever digital camera you may have. We have a kind of 3D help page in this regard, in case if you want to check it out. Cheers from Chicago, Volkan
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