- Place the 2 images at sensible viewing distance with dark, uncluttered background. these should be side by side with edges parallel.
- Cross your eyes as if you are looking at the end of your nose.
- Slowly concentrate your brain on the confusion of images of the stereo pair.
- Gradually uncross your eyes until your brain sees 3 distinct images.
- Move your eyes and head until the centre image of the three is a single combined as one.
- Then use your brain to decipher the 3D.
- Do a screen capture of the NASA video place it in an editor.
- After a perhaps 20 seconds (chose what works best for you) capture another image
- Crop both pictures to the video and rotate them 90 degrees
- Place side by side
- Do the eyeball stuff.
It probably works best on the downward facing camera (not often used) - example shown below - note that picture has been cropped to show similar location.
Of course it is not very good stereo there's too much distance to the subject!
First here's one for cross eye viewing from downward camera
|cross eyed view for downwarsd facing camera (US) CLICK to ENLARGE image|
|Australia using maximum baseline=max 3d|
|cross eyed view for downwarsd facing camera (africa) CLICK to ENLARGE image|
|cross eye - good depth of clouds|
An image (west coast South America)