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The Anaglyphs in the Gallery

Anaglyphs consist of two photographs, one each for the left and the right eye and they must be colour coded. Several combinations are possible as long as each individual eye only sees the picture made for it. Colour pictures consist of the three basic colours red, green and blue. Green and blue together make cyan. Red-cyan coded anaglyphs contain all basic colours. The anaglyphs in this gallery are red-cyan coded and must be viewed with red-cyan goggles in order to perceive the 3D-effect.

Objects depicted in the image can appear on the screen level, behind it or in front of it. Objects that appear in front of the screen must not touch the image frame because that interferes with the 3D effect. Fisheye lenses can also be used as macro lenses. Circular fisheye lenses portray 180°, therefore feature a round frame and look like the reflection in a mirror ball — those cover 360°, however. Circular fisheye lenses are well suited to photograph anaglyphs handheld. A near object in the centre of the picture appears to protrude from the screen and everything else is farther away. Objects at the round image frame appear bent and often at the screen plane or behind it.

Anaglyphs 1
First Anaglyphs Gallery with maximal 20 180° x 180° 3D images. The coloured photograph for one eye appears below the anaglyph and is a bit smaller.

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