Anaglyph Images


Anaglyphs are images designed to give a 3D effect when viewed with special glasses, usually with red and blue (sometimes red and cyan) filters over the left and right eyes, respectively.

Click on an image below to see it at a larger size. View with red filter over left eye, and blue filter over right eye.

Merapi.jpg
Merapi
992 by 883 pixels
175 kByte
PiDayAnaglyph1.jpg
PiDayAnaglyph1
1021 by 640 pixels
249 kByte
PiDayAnaglyph2.jpg
PiDayAnaglyph2
1022 by 659 pixels
272 kByte
RobLand.jpg
RobLand
1024 by 768 pixels
318 kByte
SanFran24-25a.jpg
SanFran24-25a
1200 by 905 pixels
422 kByte
ViewFromNewMIC.jpg
ViewFromNewMIC
1024 by 843 pixels
336 kByte
church39-40a.jpg
church39-40a
1200 by 896 pixels
291 kByte
clouds1.jpg
clouds1
888 by 658 pixels
117 kByte
clouds11-12a.jpg
clouds11-12a
1200 by 937 pixels
212 kByte
clouds2.jpg
clouds2
888 by 691 pixels
116 kByte
clouds5-6a.jpg
clouds5-6a
1200 by 934 pixels
320 kByte
clouds7-8a.jpg
clouds7-8a
1200 by 887 pixels
309 kByte
clouds9-10a.jpg
clouds9-10a
1200 by 897 pixels
280 kByte
z0016_17_anag.jpg
z0016_17_anag
923 by 737 pixels
346 kByte
 
Note: In the above the term kByte and MByte are intended to mean exactly 1,000 bytes and 1,000,000 bytes, respectively.
For more information, see the page on SI prefixes at the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
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