In this scene, there are three objects. Select to view the perspective view and stereoscopic view simultaneously.
To create a stereoscopic camera, do as follows:
- Select to create a new stereo camera.
You can also create a stereo camera by selecting .
An icon with three cameras appear, indicating that a stereo camera has been created.
It is best to set up the scene first with your objects, then create a stereoscopic camera.
- In the left pane, from the Panel menu, select to switch to stereo mode and view the scene from the center camera.
- You can switch between different viewing modes such as or by selecting > <viewing mode>. In this example, we will work in the viewing mode.
You may want to change your background color by selecting color to have a better view in stereo mode.
You have now created and named a stereoscopic camera for your scene. In the next steps you will be adjusting the attributes
of the cameras to fine tune the anaglyph effect.
Editing the attributes of the stereoscopic camera
Here are some general guidelines for tweaking the attributes of the stereoscopic camera:
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