Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

New Stereo 3D Anaglyph Examples


Due to the popularity of my recent articles, posts and live training events, featuring the 3D Stereo capabilities of Adobe Photoshop CS4, I’ve decided to post a couple more examples so you can view with your Red/Cyan 3D glasses! (if you don’t have any, please see details below examples on how to get your Free glasses!)


3D Stereo Anaglyph Coke Can Animation – Photoshop CS4 from Jeff Foster on Vimeo.

3D Stereo Anaglyph Model Animation – Photoshop CS4 from Jeff Foster on Vimeo.

3D Stereographic Donut Animation – Photoshop CS4 from Jeff Foster on Vimeo.

Don’t have Red/Cyan 3D Glasses? Get ’em here FREE!
Send me a self addressed stamped envelope (letter sized) and I will send you a pair!
(one pair per request)

Jeff Foster
PO Box 187
Ojai, CA 93024


3 Responses to “New Stereo 3D Anaglyph Examples”
  1. Jason says:

    How about rendering these out as stereo pairs for YouTube?

    They now support multiple, viewer-selectable types of viewing (cross-eyed, parallel, active glasses, anaglyph…), from a single video pair.

    I’ll be sending in for my free pair of Red/Cyan glasses (and thank you!), because so many people use them to post their examples. But I prefer cross-eyed free viewing, since anaglyph messes with the image colors.

  2. Jeff says:

    Thanks for posting Jason –

    I might follow-up with stereo pairs some day, but the reason I went with anaglyph is obvious, in that: a) the delivery of anaglyph to the masses is much more approachable, b) very few people can view in cross/parallel view, and c) Photoshop CS4 only renders the 3D models in stereo anaglyph mode – not in stereo pairs.


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