Cross-Viewing. . . stereo pairs in 3D with no glasses required
Free-viewing allows you to see stereo pairs of images in 3D without using glasses. Not everyone is able to free-view, which limits its commercial applications. But for those who can do it, it is often the favorite way to view 3D.
A common free-viewing technique called cross-viewing involves crossing the eyes and is the easiest for most people to master. Here's how you do it - try it out on the stereo pair above:
HINT: If you're having trouble, changing your distance from the screen by moving back a little sometimes makes it easier. Also take a break and try again later -- being relaxed gives better results.
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