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Post  Josh on Sat Sep 17, 2011 8:44 pm

I was playing around to see if I could take a picture and make it show up 3-D. Here is how it works, you take two photos and just move one photo over a tiny bit, a good way to do that is shift all your weight on the left foot for one picture, then hold the camera steady but shift your weight over on the right foot and take the second picture.
I took a picture of 3 mechanical bugs in the garden.
To see it in 3-D...sit back in your chair...and cross your will see 3 pictures...concentrate on the center will be in 3-D...the further back from the picture you are the less you have to cross your eyes...give it a try...let me know if you see it in 3-D and if you see the mechanical bugs.

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