Tired of boring old 3D? Wanna spice things up with yet another dimension or so? Well, look no further, friend! Here's the first-ever 3D printed 3D-stereoscopic postcard! Yeah... you get the idea. Just print it out, put it in your trusty ol' stereoscope and voila! A 3D experience that, um, is nothing short of... fascinating, actually. It is interesting to see a 3D image comprised of 3D materials, arranged in a stereoscopic manner. Give it a try.
Dimensions are 3.5" x 5" (or 88.9mm x 127mm). This assumes an inter-pupillary distance of 63.5mm. Since this thing is so flat and thin, you may consider using Glide dental floss to remove it from your printing plate. It works quite well on my stock Flashforge heated build plate surface.
What? No stereoscope? Your 3D printer can fix that:
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