A step by step method for fabricating the 3D image from a laptop computer is summarized in Fig. 11, and that for fabricating the 3D image using two camera phones, in Fig. 12.
Display what the right eye sees on the left half of the screen, and display what the left eye sees on the right half of the screen. Cover the right half of the screen with the cellophane half-waveplate. To view, wear crossed polarized glasses such as those shown in Fig. 3.
The 3D image that the observer sees.
Fig. 11 A summary of the procedure for converting a 2D laptop screen into a 3D display.
Place two camera phones side by side with a spacing of 6.5 cm. Take a set of pictures and dial the receiver phones to send the pictures.
Transpose the received picture and cover the screen of the left phone with the cellophane half-wave plate. To view, wear crossed polarized glasses such as those shown in Fig. 3.
Fig. 12 A Summary of the procedure for converting two camera phones into a 3D display.