Three-Dimensional View of Mt. Aso in Japan, using PRISM
Mt. Aso in Japan observed by PRISM on Mar. 23, 2006 in Fig.1, [Anaglyph] image was created by combining Nadir view image and Forward view image. It can see Three-Dimensional view by using the red and blue colored glasses (The left lens is red and the right one is blue).
How to make the red and blue colored glasses
The glasses can be constructed using cardboard such as from a recycled milk pack, and the red and blue cellophane that is sold at stationery shops. The left lens is red and the right one is blue. When making glasses for a child, the interval between the right eye and the left eye should be less than 6 cm.Approximately 7 cm is the best size for an adult.