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By tracking silhouettes.

A stationary webcam takes a reference shot of the empty scene in its path. Once this reference is set, the camera and the "In Stereo" software track the silhouettes of everything that enters the camera's view.


In real-time, a stereogram algorithm transforms the silhouettes into 3-D objects.

Switch to 2-D Mode to see the silhouettes that form your stereogram.


Improve the stereogram by adjusting the contrast to sharpen or diffuse the 2-D images.

Raise and lower your stereogram from the screen. The stereograms below show two different depths.

Finally, take a screen capture of your stereogram to save and share it.

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