3D Viewing

This gallery contains several Albums representing different subjects shot with varying techniques of 3D photography. You can visit any album and look at 3D versions of all the images using either a convenient embedded Flash viewer or a HTML5 viewer.  Both are courtesy of Masuji Suto (the accomplished author of StereoPhotoMaker and other useful freeware 3D applications).

 

To view still photographs in 3D using the HTML5 viewer

1) Click on the D symbol under one of the home-page images in a given category (see the Gallery Contents page for descriptions).

2) This launches a thumbnail page that shows all the 3D pictures available for that category

3) Click on any image to go into 3D

4) The HTML5 viewer allows you to advance or backup through the category images, change the viewing format (crosseye is the default), and resize if needed. A description of the controls is here. The Control Bar permits one to Swap left and right views, look at still images as 2D's (Mono), in 3D-Parallel (Para), using Crossed-eyes (Cross), or using a single-Mirror viewer. Various types of anaglyphs (color-filtered left and right views using special, typically red and cyan, stereo glasses) and Interlaced (Int) formats that are useful with certain display hardware, are also supported. Viewing Methods gives a brief description.

5) To exit the viewer first ESC or Close out of fill-screen (if that has been selection), then Use Your Browser's RELOAD, REFRESH (F5 in IE) or BACK buttons to return to the homepage.
 

To view still photographs in 3D using the FLASH viewer  (adobe flash)

1) Click on one of the home-page IMAGES in a given category (see the Gallery Contents page for descriptions).

2)  After the flash-viewer and associated content have downloaded to your computer, the first image pops up in anaglyph format.  The Control Bar

permits you to select a continuously running slide show (new image every 5 seconds), or you can turn this off and individually select images to view by left-clicking on an image in the thumbnail bar, e.g.

or by stepping through using Prev(ious) and Next.

The Control Bar permits one to Swap left and right views, look at still images as 2D's (Mono), in 3D-Parallel (Para), using Crossed-eyes (Cross), or using a single-Mirror viewer.  Various types of anaglyphs (color-filtered left and right views using special, typically red and cyan, stereo glasses) and Interlaced (Int) formats that are useful with certain display hardware, are also supported.  Viewing Methods gives a brief description.

3)  To EXIT the 3D viewer, first ESC or Close out of full-screen (if that has been selected), then Use Your Browser's RELOAD, REFRESH (F5 in IE) or BACK buttons to return to the homepage.

 

To view VIDEOS

1)  Videos are accessed via the YouTube 3D viewer using the links supplied.  The YouTube viewer has a 3D selection menu that allows parallel, cross-eye and anaglyph viewing, as well as various resolution settings.