spy kids 3d

this msnbc article about spy kids 3d mentions that they'll be handing out red-and-blue glasses. i guess it isn't feasible to do a wide release of such a film that uses polarized lenses, even though it could be full-color that way. (or does the red-blue technique yield color pictures, too?)

back when i worked at knowledge adventure, we built a small site showcasing anaglyphic images from older products, sources we found over the internet, and some that our artists made for kicks. one of the several sites i should have archived. (here's another.)

oh, and how it pains me to see where that adventure.com link goes now. these were the days.

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