Excellent idea. Let me suggest checking with your local public library if it has any books on 3D photography. Chances are a set of glasses will be included. The anaglyph glasses are those red/blue things that represent another method of 3D. The system we've been using on this thread, at least until the previous post at the end of the last page, is the century-old low-tech stereograph approach. Unless you need reading glasses, I don't think you need lenses in these viewers but they may help beginners sort of like training wheels on a bike.Zoetrope wrote:For anyone that is really interested in viewing Stereoviews on their computer screen you may want to purchase a cheap Lorgnette viewer.
This company http://www.berezin.com/3d/3dglasses.htm sells them for $3.50. They also have a "Web Survival Pack" that includes 2 sets of anaglyph (red/blue) glasses, 2 pair of pulfrich glasses (I'll be adding more about this format later) and a lorgnette viewer - All for $5.00. Please note: I have never purchased from the company and there are others that sell various types of 3D glasses/viewers.
Here are two more where I'm experimenting with yet another technique. Does the Chaney HUNCHBACK have more depth than the same image in a previous post?
Here's a new one from BEN-HUR. This would be complicated to color so I thought I would check out the 3D aspect first: