Stereo 3D Viewing Techniques
In principle, all stereo 3D techniques share a common approach: both artificially created views for the right and left eyes must direct the eyes through what's known as image separation.
If the quality of the artificial views is good, the brain reconstructs a three-dimensional image. The differences in the various techniques lie mainly in how image separation is achieved in practice.
(Source: 3d-historisch.de )
|Image separation through||mechanical design|
|3D content display on||slides, photographs (paper)|
|Con||Complicated to use|
3D Anaglyph Glasses
|Image separation||Color filter, originallyRED-GREEN (extremely bad color display)later RED-BLUEtoday RED-CYAN (good to very good color display!)|
|3D content can be displayed on||PAPERTFTs and hence notebooks,CRTs,projectors,plasmas|
|Pro||Unbeatable performance for money|
|Con||Not suitable for people with color-blindness|
|Note||2003 first movie "Spy Kids 3" released in the U.S.|