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Got Red/Blue Glasses? See Sub Voyage 3D Pictures!


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  • Got Red/Blue Glasses? See Sub Voyage 3D Pictures!

    For those of you who have red/blue glasses used for viewing anaglyphic 3D movies, here is a little bit of a treat. I hope you enjoy it!

    If you need a couple of pairs quick, you need go no further than down to your local store to buy a copy of Spy Kids 3D or Shrek 3D, these videos include a couple of pairs inside the package.

    Some camcorder footage of the original ride was used to provide left-right images, and these were processed in an anaglyph-making program. These are very simple, low-resolution photos, but once again--or maybe for the first time!--you can see the remarkable depth that made the original Submarine Voyage such a memorable experience.

    Last edited by disneyseas; 01-08-2008, 04:19 PM.

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