From: John Stone (
Date: Tue Apr 24 2007 - 14:26:11 CDT

  If you have red/blue glasses, and a video card that supports stereo,
VMD will allow you display the image using anaglyph (red/blue) stereo.
If you're up for abusing your eyes, you can also try the cross-eyed
stereo method. Beyond this, there are also many low-cost stereo glasses
on the market which you can probably use with VMD so long as you can get
a video driver that'll let you do stereo with the hardware you want to use.

  John Stone

On Mon, Apr 23, 2007 at 07:07:07PM -0400, Gustavo Seabra wrote:
> Hi,
> This is probably a very naive (stupid really) question, but I'll try
> anyway...
> I was just wondering if there's any way in VMD to display stereo 3D
> images that can be viewed in a regular computer display with just some
> sort of cheap 3D glasses? (Like the ones that come with 3D movies in DVD
> nowadays and you can use in your own TV?)
> Thanks,
> Gustavo.

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