Hi, I've trying to find anyone on the board who has experience of taking stereo images...not sure of the correct area to discuss it, really. The story is this: There is a massive craze in 3D films at the cinema at the moment. Trouble is, I can't see 3D I had a squint when I was little. I had surgery when I was about six to correct it and my eyes work pretty normally, now. I can superimpose two images, but I never developed the brain function to construct 3D. If I look at those test charts of coloured dots with the green and red glasses on? Where you are suppossed to see the Bunny? Nothing. Same with side by side spectoscopes (the victorian way of doing it) or those jumbled up dot pictures. Absolutely nothing... Except... I can in black and white. I was in an opticians about 2 years ago and instead of using the usual colour chart they used a black and white image of a fly and glasses with polaroid lenses. Suddenly WOW! 3D! For forty years I thought I had no 3D perception and then suddenly - 3D! Difficult to decribe the shock I got from that... No idea why B/W - polaroid works, but colour with Red/Green doesn't work at all. Not sure what would happen with colour using polaroid filters or some other technique, either. So -I want to experiment with my own eyesite a bit. I'm interested in knowing what I can and can't see and why. I'd really like to have a go at making some stereo polaroid images. Anyone got any ideas how this is done? Anyone ever tried it? I've had a google, but couldn't find much. There's a fair write up of the theory in wikipedia, but nothing on DIY pictures (Plenty on anaglyphs, the red/green technique - very little on other techniques).