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Technically, it seems to me it would be rather simple to do the color
separation in Photoshop. But exactly what colors would you use, and how do
they correspond to the colors of the lenses?
Orange County High School of the Arts
Los Alamitos, CA
>>I've been using 3-D glasses as a project for years. My middleschool
students use colored cellophane for lenses and make cardboard frames that
they get very creative with. A while back some one mentioned the crayola
marker set that includes the 3-D glasses. I've used them too, and would
love to have more information about their manufacture etc. It would be
really great if there were a source for this kind of lens material. Does
anyone out there know of a place that sells it? Also, does anyone have
any sources for good video taped movies in 3-D. Most so called 3-D
videos are not truly copied in 3-D. It's lots of fun to follow up the
glasses project with a movie as well as to view optical illusions etc.
Thanks lots! Terry <<