Engineering = Art + Science

When the mix is right.

Magic is created in the Mind's Eye


The illusions created in this display are called anaglyphs.

Anaglyphs are stereoscopic images composed of a right perspective and a left perspective image. In order to see a stereoscopic image, you must be able to view both of these perspective images simultaneously.

Anaglyphs use color to encode the right and left image pairs. This method requires that the user wear a special pair of glasses with color filters over each eye. These glasses have a red filter over one eye and a blue or green filter over the other eye.

Two photos are taken.

The images are each made up of RED GREEN BLUE

The RED of the left photo and the GREEN and BLUE or CYAN of the right photo

are combined together to create an ANAGLYPH.

Tom's other Stereo Galleries:

This 3D Photo Gallery shows Linux Expo 2001, Feb. 1 at the Javits Center NY.

Tom's other Stereo Galleries:
3D Fun from Sun Sleding and Snow.14 1024x768 Anaglyphs, 25 Stereo Cross pairs
3D from a Winter Wonderland. 57 Anaglyphs and Stereo pairs.
Day Break Virgin Snow Fall. 58 Anaglyphs and Stereo pairs.

Tom's Galleries of Linux Expo:
Linus Expo 2001. 51 Anaglyphs and Stereo pairs.
Linus Expo 2001 Friday. 29 Anaglyphs and Stereo pairs.

Can all be found at: