How 3D Works

3D Photography, also known as Stereo Photography, works on the principle that each of your eyes sees a slightly different image from the other, and these two images are fused together by your brain to form one image.

The brain uses the difference between the two images to enable you to perceive depth.

Close one eye and see how much "flatter" the world looks.

Lifelike 3D photography works by taking two simultaneous images, approximately eye-distance apart and then displaying the images so that your left eye sees only the left image and your right eye sees only the right image. This tricks your brain into thinking it is seeing something with real depth.

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