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Uploaded on Mar 12, 2009
How to see 3D video without using 3D glasses. Viewing by natural side by side, or parallel viewing to see 3D stereoscopic pictures. The 3D demonstrated here is formatted correctly for Parallel viewing but it takes a bit of practice to see. Relax your eyes and get a bit closer than normal.
It is important to make your browser page smaller (about 4 fingers wide or smaller) by zooming "out" using your browser tools page "zoom" controls. The popout screen mentioned in the video only works on my http://justin.tv/kq4ym channel page. However, for practice on this page to make your video smaller in size to practice seeing in 3-D use your browser tools button to "zoom out" to make the screen size smaller. Make the video less than four fingers in width or smaller I've found is best to practice the "parallel" 3D viewing and use your pause button to stop the video at the "side-by-side" section. When you get the hang of seeing the 3rd picture in the middle, try with your browser page zoom control making the video size up to one hand width wide but no larger.
To see more of my 3D examples put "kq4ym 3D" in the search box at the top of the page above. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org