3D Viewing Notes

These thumbnails are triplets, with the outer two images being identical. The pair on the left are parallel pairs, sized to be small enough to freeview; those on the right are cross-eyed pairs, for those who have mastered this technique. Most people can use one but not the other; your mileage may vary.

To view a parallel pair, you must aim your left eye at the extreme left image and your right eye at the center image. This is the same technique you use to view a stereogram, those pictures which look like so much nonsense until you look at them just the right way. To view a cross-eyed pair, you must aim your left eye at the extreme right image and your right eye at the center image. For optimum 3D effect, get as close to your computer screen as you can comfortably focus your eyes.

Each of the thumbnails below links to a larger file in parallel format. Clicking on it will open the larger file in a new window. For the average person, proper viewing of larger files requires specialty hardware, such as a Holmes Stereoscope (often misnamed a Stereopticon) or Pokescope.

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Clay Pigeons
Santa Fe, NM
July, 2003

Hovenweep National Monument, UT
July, 2003

B-17 Tours, $5.00
Teterboro, NJ
July 2001

Lions diorama at Denver Museum of Nature & Science
June 2003.

Consolidated Aircraft PBY 0A-10A "Catalina"
U.S. Air Force Museum, Dayton, OH
February, 2003.

View of Chimney Rock from mesa
Ghost Ranch, Abiquiu, NM
July 2003.

Busy Still Life
Littleton, CO
May 2003.

Norma in Times Square.
New York City
December 2001