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A stereoscopic image is composed of a right perspective and a left perspective image. In order to see a stereoscopic image in 3-D, you must be able to view both images simultaneously. When you visually merge the images into one, you will see it in life-like depth. This site makes use of the Parallel View Method for viewing images. If you own one of the books from Mark's In 3-D series, you can use the built-in lenses as a handy viewer for this site!

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