3D (stereoscopic) images

Over the past eight years I have had the chance to produce high-resolution stereoscopic images and 3D models, which could only be deployed cost effectively by using anaglyph encoding (below). Today, thanks to the ubiquity of smartphones it is possible to publish these images for students using Google Cardboard—the same is true for monoscopic spherical panoramas—for a more immersive and successful VR experience.