Anaglyphs: new stereoscopic science images available

New high resolution anaglyphs (stereoscopic 3D images) are available on my gallery site.  The images are up to 5000 pixels across, making them ideal for large museum exhibits. There are molecules, DNA, viruses, and even mathematical figures. If you order from this site you will download TIFFs (it is crucial to have very high-quality images for anaglyphs to work properly).

Anaglyphs are great fun and ideal for science-based novelties or children's science books. They are particularly useful for scientific subjects since they help the viewer to see unfamiliar structures in three dimensions.

If you see one of my images that you'd like rendered as an anaglyph, please let me know.

You need red-green or red-cyan glasses to see the 3D effect. You can check them out on the web for their 3D effect if you have suitable glasses. You can buy such glasses from specialist opticians or you can get cheap red-green filters in many 3D books.

To find out more about stereoscopic images see my rkm3D site where there is a section explaining how anaglyphs work.

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