see what you look at - look at what you see
How does the 3D effect work? Do I need special glasses?
Click on the image to see a bigger version of it. Then, the hard part - unfocus your eyes, and as you unfocus, you should see the two images start to overlap in the middle. Once they overlap, you should see the 3D effect. I make it sound easy, because that is what I am used to. It is like looking at stereogram cards.i like the relaxed view 3D. Here are some links for how to view them:http://home.clara.net/carefuleyes/110917viewing.html and read the "VIEWING “RELAXED-EYE” STEREO-PAIRS" sectionhttp://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/ian.collier/3d/stereo.html Wide-eyed stereo-pair imagesI hope this helps? A little?
Oh,yes - once you have unfocused and are seeing the overlapped image, you may have to tilt your head little to get the two images to overlap exactly.