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In this chapter, we will be creating stereoscopic images. Those are the kind that you watch with 3-D glasses and you hear me refer to anaglyph view. Now that's a strange and exotic sounding term for what's actually these familiar red and blue or more accurately red and cyan glasses such as these simple and inexpensive ones. It's important to note that the stereo images you create in After Effects are not limited to anaglyph output. This is for previewing purposes only. The use of anaglyph is that it's the lowest common denominator.
It's cheap and easy. So if you don't have any, go ahead and buy yourself a pair of anaglyph glasses so you can play along.
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