Here are some additional rendered or stereo 3D resources that are garnering attention (see posting from two weeks ago on 3D apps):
- Mars 3D. A NASA website from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at California Institute of Technology, this features a gallery with dozens of images of Mars, which students can view with 3D glasses. If students don’t have 3D glasses, NASA provides directions and a PDF template for making your own 3D glasses at home or at school. http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/mars3d/
- The Largest Rodent in the World (in 3D). Here’s a short (5 minutes) 3D video by Helio A. G. Souza (Stereo 3D Filmaker; Professor and Researcher at UFMS / Stereoscopy, 3D Documentary, Brazil), featuring the infamous Capybara. It's on youtube at and can be viewed in 3D only using Internet Explorer or Firefox. A co-production of Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul Brazil and the Hochschule für Gestaltüng in Karlsruhe, Germany.