That's a cool effect. I can see it clearly with that method - it's a bit like lucid dreaming.Hey All,
I assume the 3-D lens produces an image like this at Flickr?
IMGP4024_5_6_7_8_A_HDRI_tonemapped | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
You can see 3-D simply by positioning your eyes about 15 in (or a bit more or less) from the computer monitor screen crossing and then slowly uncrossing them (or slowly cross them) until you see 3-D.
It will not work with the G10. There are three companies doing lenticular 3d printing. Currently you need a 3D TV. Crossing your eyes will not work.Is it safe to assume that if it works with the G2 that it will also work with the G10 (same camera more or less)?
So does anyone know if anyone prints and processes these "3D" files?