How to Surf Internet in 3D with Chrome and Make 3D Glass at Home
If you are using a 3D screen or 3D equipped laptop then it’s not hard to get the 3D experience on the web browser. A developer Cadie released a Google Chrome with 3D page plugin like thing it said to print a 3D glass and then you can surf internet in 3D. But this is no April fool joke, you can now convert a 2D photo on Google Chrome browser to 3D using the 3Dnator extension. 3Dnator uses the 3D anaglyph converted based on HTML5 to convert any image to stereoscopic 3D object. You can create 3D of your own images or the photos on the internet. When you use the 3D glasses you will get the real three dimensional visual experience.
Surf internet in 3D with Google Chrome
3Dnator is free to use add-on or extension for Chrome browser. Once installed it adds a button to address bar or on the right click context menu. If you have the address bar button activated then all images load up in 3D mode. If you want a single image converted to 3D just right click on image and select the 3Dnator button.
You can also convert images on Google search Page, Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, Dropbox images to 3D using the plugin. Basically it has nothing to do with the website, it just works with images. If you do not have a 3D glass and still want to experience then check out the detailed guide to create your own 3D glasses at home.
How to create budget 3D Glasses at Home:
You can create your own 3D glasses at home. You will just need a few things that will be available at very cheap price around you. There are different type of glasses you can make.
Process 1: You can easily find transparent safety glasses or driving glasses at any store. Buy Two markets One Red and the other blue. Now just color a layer of red tint on the left glass and paint the right one with blue. This is the simplest 3D glass you can make at home.
Process 2: If you have an old pair of sunglasses or a cheap sunglasses just pop out the glasses [mostly fiber or plastic]. Now, you will need some transparent plastic or colored plastic. Cut the plastic into the exact same size and shape of Glasses so that they easily fit into the rim of Sunglasses. Use a marker to color left cut plastic shape into red [or use a red plastic to cut the shape] and the right one with Blue [use the blue plastic cut for right side].
Process 3: This is a simple suggestion by NASA. You just need to print this file on a hard paper or photo paper. The image is like a paper spectacles as shown below, you can then cut it into the shape and stick the things to make it comfortable. Just cut out the rectangles for eye holes and stick a red colored plastic piece on left and Blue one on the right.
Well, I have tried to make it a lot easier for you to create a 3D glass and surf internet in 3D on your PC with Chrome browser.