awalker wrote:About the anaglyph stereo, is it possible to have it in color instead of blue and red. Say like the film bionical in lego land ???
but, iirc that isn't possible to see on a computer montor
iirc, the way it is done is this
you wear polarized glasses [they are grey], and one lens is oriented [the polarized part] 90 degrees different from the other.
so, before you understand that, I need to explain essentially how lcd displays work
so, the liquid crystal in lcd displays is polarized, and there is a polarized layer on top of them
the liquid crystal changes [turns the polarization] when a current is applied, and this isn't visible unless viewed through a polarized film [which is on top of such lcds], in which case it turns black
okay, so back to the theatre
the image for the left and right eyes are projected through polarized films as well, and [like the lenses] one is rotated 90 degrees
so, one eye will the the image for the other eye through the lenses as black because of the rotation of the polarized things, this allows color and both images projected at once
however, if you turn your head sideways 90 degrees the illusion will fail, the images your eyes see will be swapped
so, back to my point
computer monitors aren't implemented as two seperate projectors, there is no way to have the alternate polarization on the same spot on screen so you couldn't get that effect
that said, there are displays where for example there is a wavy lens which will show each eye its own picture on the [higher resoultion vertical interlaced more-or-less] display, if you head is properly positioned
that shouldnt' require extra effort to take advantage of in blender, but I do not think any blender users have such displays