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Mati) Sez/ iii)
Anaglyph (red/ blue glasses)
Two images are projected
onto a screen, one for each
eye
The two different images
have slightly different
perspectives
Each lens will block a different layer in the
eye they are covering and each eye will see
a different image
Your visual cortex combines these views
and your brain perceives this as a. image
Polarized Glasses
Similar to anaglyph
images, 2 images are
synced onto one screen
The 2 images have
different perspectives
and
different polarizations
Each lens of the polarized glasses allow
only one of the polarized images into
each eye, filtering out the other V
Again, your brain combines these two
separate images into a one image
Parallax Barrier (no glasses)
Two images with different perspectives
are interlaced onto a screen
simultaneously
A filter, known as a parallax barrier, has a series
i of precision slits that allows each eye to see a
different set of pixels for each perspective
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Parallax barrier/':
Your brain process these images into one
image to produce the illusion of
space
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