The following pictures show Wymondham College as it is today, April 2002, in wonderful 3D. To view these pictures, and see the 3D effect, you need to use a pair of glasses with coloured lenses. Specifically these should be red and blue with the red filtered lens over the left eye and blue over the right eye. There is a version of this style of spectacles that are coloured red and green but these will not work with this type of photograph. Suitable glasses are given away free at times, for example in cereal boxes or with National Geographic Magazines. Any suitable coloured plastic film, for example coloured see-through sweet wrappers, could be used to improvise suitable glasses.
This type of photograph is called an 'Anaglyph'. It is generated from two separate photographs taken at the same time from slightly offset locations. One represents the view of the subject using the left eye and the other using the right eye. These two photographs are each filtered to make certain colours visible through the appropriate coloured lens over the right or left eyes and then the two pictures superimposed over each other and aligned to create the final view.
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Wymondham College Remembered