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The anaglyph three-dimensional (3D) method is most used technique for
printing stereoscopic 3D images. In printed anaglyph images, the crosstalk levels
are often very high–much higher than the anaglyph images that are actually
presented on emissive displays. The source of crosstalk in printed anaglyph images
are described and by the simulation the amount of crosstalk to be estimated based
on spectral characteristics of the light source, paper, ink set and anaglyph glasses.
The technique describes the presentation of the left and right perspective images in
complementary color channels of the display – usually with the left perspective
image stored in the red color channel and the right perspective image in the blue
and green color channels. The anaglyph technique uses spectral multiplexing to
encode left and right views with single printed image.
There are two methods in viewing 3D images, one by using emissive
displays such as Projectors, LCD or LED monitor and another is by printing the
image on any paper.


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