Crosseyed 3D Viewer
This is a rare cross-eyed viewer that can view 3D
images in the cross-eyed format. Cross-eyed viewing is a method of free-viewing stereo pairs where the left eye
image is placed on the right side of a stereo pair and the right eye image is placed on
the left side. It is generally believed to be easier to learn than the parallel method and can be done with substantially
larger images. However, it cannot be used on most stereo cards since they are
printed in parallel format. On some sites images are
made in a cross-eyed format. This is where this viewer comes in
handy. The back of the viewer comes off and it can be used for cross-eyed
viewing for people who cannot view the images using other methods.
||Standard 3R (3.5
X 5 ") or 4R (4 X 6")prints
|| 135(W) X
152(H) X 63 (D)
viewer also stores photos.
Fun Fact!!!- The back of the viewer can be removed for viewing stereo cross
eyed pairs on computer monitors!