viewing 3D images

To see a 3D view from flat pictures it's necessary to provide separate left and right images to the left and right eye.  There are a multitude of ways of doing this; most people will have seen the red-green glasses used for old 3D cinema films and some form of binocular or stereoscope viewer.  

For descriptions of many of the ways of viewing stereo images see the Wikipedia entry Stereoscopy.

Examples of many types of viewer used for technical purposes can be found at

Start 3D have a very interesting website for sharing 3D photos. 

If you've got a pair of ColorCode glasses - the amber/blue ones - as used for Chuck 3D this slideshow should give a decent 3D effect. The colours aren't as good as they should be.

3D Pics

Aerial photos online