3D stereoscopic photos present the very best visual images of actual reality because of the fascinating depths which they display!
Though totally illusory, each 3D photo's perceived depths are like strong magnets that draw your attention into every aspect of its scene. This is exemplified by the left image.
It is uniquely wiggle-animated to create the illusion of 3D right on your computer screen. You will notice that it is displaying 3D without you needing to wear any 3D glasses. Under the video below, within our 1st 3D photo slide show, the same thing will occur for each of its photos. However, this 3D does not display the deep & fascinating in and out-of-screen effects of the 3D which requires colored glasses that is displayed in our second photo slide shown below that, but it is still a very good 3D.
A 3D photo, but no glasses?
Let me take a moment to explain....
Best Seen in You Tube's Full Screen Mode at 720p.
The 2 slide-shows below display many 3D views of Chicago's colorful Gethsemane Garden Center located on the north side.
Piku - Piku Format 3D Photo Slide Show from Start 3D
(slow initial loading but no glasses required)
Slide show running too slow for you? View each of its photos at your own pace or view thumbnails of all of its photos. This slideshow also makes a wonderful never ending loop display of all of its photos when you expand it to full screen by holding the Ctl key while multi-tapping the + key.
Anaglyph photos are best viewed in full screen mode (start slideshow & click bottom right arrows icon for full screen mode)
The video below displays a 3D view of a typical Saturday evening meal at the Taste of Peru restaurant located on Chicago's far north side.
2 Anaglyph Format 3D Videos of Chicago's Taste of Peru Restaurant from You Tube
(requires red - cyan colored filter glasses )
Anaglyph videos like these show nicely in full screen mode - click bottom right arrows icon
We shot all of this website's 3D photos and videos utilizing Fujifilm's Realpix W1 point and shoot 3D camera. This relatively inexpensive but very capable little camera is revolutionizing 3D imaging for the general public world wide. It can be used to easily take high quality, 10 megapixel 3D photos and 3D videos that can be freely converted into both 3D formats shown here for display upon any computer monitor.
The many albums of candid 3D shots which we have here on this website were taken all over Chicago and are examples of this 3D camera's unique and wonderful point-and-shoot capabilities. Tourists might want to obtain one of these great little cameras for a visit here or for a visit anywhere else in the world?
Obtaining Free 3D glasses
Now that you're chomping at the bit to obtain some 3D glasses of your own just so that you may savor the glory of the 3D depths and effects of this website's hundreds of anaglyph photos and videos, we offer you 1 or 2 free pairs. However, if you wish you may purchase as many more pairs of our genuine, high quality cardboard framed, red - cyan colored 3D glasses from us as you desire. Additional 3D glasses are priced at $1 a pair.
Owning some of these glasses will enable you to fulfill your by now insatiably intense craving for deeper, more satisfying 3D views (in and out-of-screen views of Chicagoland that you cannot possibly obtain from our Piku - Piku format 3D photos)! They can also be used to view anaglyph format 3D photos and videos which you will find in many other places on the internet.
How to Take & Display 3D Images of Your Own
In our blog we teach you how to take your own great 3D photos and videos using the latest Fujifilm point and shoot 3D camera. We also show you how to display them in both the no-glasses-needed Piku - Piku 3D format or the red-cyan-colored-glasses-needed anaglyph 3D format which is on Flickr and You Tube.
Interested in 3D Images of Beautiful Negril Jamaica?
Visit our 3D website for Negril - 3D-Negril.com
Does 3D with glasses trigger Health Problems?
Then please only view our no-glasses-3D Piku-Piku Photos.