Fantastic Round-up of Stereoscopic 3D Anaglyphs

Viewing images that appear 3D is as popular as ever. Therefore, let’s now unveil so popular today anaglyph craze and see the stunning collection of various 3D pictures where the red and blue channels have been split and then reassembled so that the images appear three-dimensional when viewed through 3D red-cyan glasses. If saying minutely, the picture contains two differently filtered color images. When viewed through anaglyph glasses, these independent pictures are transmitted one for each eye, and then the brain fuses them together letting the viewer see a stereo three dimensional scene or composition. That’s mainly how the eyes are fooled into believing that the projected anaglyph images have depth. Right now, get ready to experience this truly exciting effect, and don’t forget to put your 3D glasses on!

In addition, you may as well check out the compilation of anaglyph websites with images coming into groovy 3D focus. The showcase is made by our good friends from TemplateMonster.

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anaglyph 3d image

Photo by billythebrain

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3d image anaglyph

Photo by fpsurgeon

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anaglyph 3d images

Photo by TRIDI

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anaglyph 3d images

Photo by Brenpac

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anaglyph 3d image

Photo by Boris Starosta

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anaglyph image

Photo by Celtictiger2009

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red-cyan 3D anaglyph

Photo by Eric Larson

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anaglyph picture

Photo by rustybonesjones

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anaglyph 3d images

Photo by rrrrob66

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red-cyan 3D anaglyph

Photo by DanD3Dman

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anaglyph 3d image

Photo by FauxQuixote

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anaglyph picture

Photo by 3dguy

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anaglyph image

Photo by 3D Anaglyph Turkey

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anaglyph 3d images

Photo by 3D Anaglyph Turkey

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anaglyph picture

Photo by paddyfox

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anaglyph image 3d

Photo by foresthippy

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anaglyph 3d image

Photo by alfanhui

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anaglyph images 3d

Photo by jkutianski

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anaglyph image

Photo by b4silio

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3d image anaglyph

Photo by XD 3D

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anaglyph picture

Photo by JustGreg

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anaglyph image

Photo by Petykes

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3d image anaglyph

Photo by Kevin Frank

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red-cyan 3D anaglyph

Photo by Erik van Meijgaarden

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anaglyph image

Photo by carlzon

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anaglyph 3d images

Photo by gajdoslevente

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anaglyph image

Photo by capsat

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3d image anaglyph

Photo by Avismand

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anaglyph image

Photo by pinboke planet

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red-cyan 3D anaglyph

Photo by cheezy-mcbreezy

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anaglyph picture

Photo by Blackmago

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anaglyph 3d images

Photo by MonkeyManWeb.com

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3d image anaglyph

Photo by retales botijero

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  • http://the-reviewer.com TheReviewer

    I could see the 3D without the glasses … I think I need to go to hospital

  • http://richworks.in Richie

    Wow.. great stuff… i need 3D glasses now… :D

  • Hermitbiker

    …. this sounds pretty cool…. but where the hell do I get the glasses at…. lmfao !! I should never of thrown away my glasses from “13 Ghosts” when I was a kid !!

  • angela

    i had my 3d glasses from the jonas brothers movie and the pictures are really cool

  • jess

    @angela …you actually just admitted you saw the jonas bros. movie…wow…

  • Toast

    Make your own: take plastic wrap and color 1 red square and 1 blue square on it, remember to leave a space in between uncolored for your nose. Hold it up to your face: voila. You just made 3d glasses

  • JBOOGIE

    easy to make at home 3D Glasses (works even easier if you wear glasses)
    If you wear glasses, simply take plastic wrap, color 1 section blue and 1 section red (Sharpies work best). Make sure the piece is large enough to fit over each lens with room to spare. fit the red plastic wrap over the left and the blue over the right and Voila!
    If you do not wear glasses – you can use card stock and cut out squares big enough to fit over your eyes, then cut holes to see through and follow the steps above.

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  • Martin

    Hah! I just so happened to have red green 3d glasses on my desk when I stumbled this. Some great pics here