My local neighborhood 3D enthusiast has let me borrow a little piece of equipment that allows me to take stereo photos of stationary objects. It's basically a sliding track that you can mount your camera on. Slide to the left; take a shot. Slide to the right, take a shot. Then stitch the photos together in photoshop and... done! So I made a cross-eye stereo pair (swapping left and right images allows for cross-eye viewing). The results were very nice (if you like 3D, that is). Here it is: Here's what you have to do to see this in 3D: 1) Note the two red dots at the top. 2a) If you're viewing this image from a desktop or laptop screen, keep your head about 3ft away (it's possible to get closer, but it means you have to cross your eye harder) 2b) If you're viewing this image from a phone, keep your head about 2ft away from the phone 3) cross your eyes to any amount you want. You'll see a total of 4 red dots. Keep your head level so that all 4 dots are along an imaginary straight, horizontal line. 4) vary the amount you are crossing your eyes until you get the two dots in the middle to line up and form one SOLID dot. You should perceive 3 red dots total now 5) maintaining that cross-eye amount, look down at the middle image. It should appear 3D. Once you're locked on, you can slowly move your head closer. Note that this will increase eye strain but you see a bigger picture. Hope you all can see it!