Simple Programs Create 3-D Images
J. C. Sprott
Department of Physics, University
Wisconsin, Madison, WI 53706
Static or animated two-color computer graphics provide a three
dimensional effect when viewed through red/cyan glasses.
Ref: J. C. Sprott, Computers in
Physics 6, 132-138 (1992)
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Fig. 2: Two parallel lines stretch to infinity in anaglyphic
Fig. 3: An object executes a random walk on a sphere in anaglyphic
Fig. 4: Windings with an irrational winding number cover a
toroidal surface in anaglyphic representation.
Fig. 5: The Lorenz attractor provides a good example of the use of
Fig. 6: The Rossler attractor provides another example of the
usefulness of anaglyphic representation.