I'm new here!\r\n\r\nI've been involved with 3-D photography for many years, starting out with my father's old Stereo Realist camera. I'm scanning hundreds of old Kodachrome slides now, for viewing on a monitor. \r\n\r\nSome of my stuff has been uploaded to Youtube in the anaglyph (red/cyan glasses) format, but I prefer to watch two images in parallel, using prism glasses. With those, there's no color distortion. You can also watch videos this way, and it's way cheaper than lenticular systems using shutter glasses.\r\n\r\nI've become aware of a format developed in the 1980s in Germany called KMQ (after the initials of the developers). I'm in contact with a German software designer and experimenter who films with twin HD video cameras and uploads to Vimeo (much better support there than from Youtube).\r\n\r\nThe trick with KMQ is what is called "over-under" presentation. Instead of side-by-side images, they are "stacked", right view above the other. It allows much better presentation of images in wide-screen formats.\r\n\r\nAnyone else out there who is familiar with KMQ?