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    Does anyone have any experience in printing 3D with blue & red to be looked at through 3D glasses? I know there is some kind of exact science for what the colors need to be and the position of each layer. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!! Franks a lot!

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    Hmmmm, it's been a while since I played with this kind of stuff, but I kept it simple and had b/w line art of each character/element I wanted to place at a certain depth. I made Red and Cyan layers of each of them set to multiply. Then I'd focus on shifting the two layers left/right from one another incrimentally depending on how much I wanted them to recede or advance in space. It helps to have a focal point/clear subject and have the peripheral tweaked to be in the foreground or background a bit out of focus.



    In terms of photographs, simply, the goal is to take two level photos focused and pointed at the same object/spot at eye-widths distance apart. So it's nice to set up a scene to duplicate. Look up Anaglyphs and stereooptics/stereograms.

    I'm sure you could collage something or cutout portions of a graphic to adjust the separations independently.

    I have little clue as to color reproduction, simulation or process.

    I hope this is of some help or at least gives you some ideas. I'd say get some glasses and start playing with it on screen!

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