Pentax Optio S5i User Manual (en)

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Viewing 3D Pictures by the Parallel Method and Cross Method
As our eyes are positioned about 6 cm or 7 cm apart, there is a very 
slight deviation between what we see with our right eye and what we see 
with our left eye. The difference is processed by our brain to produce a 
three-dimensional image. This principle is applied to taking and viewing 
3D pictures.
3D pictures can be viewed by the parallel method where the left and right 
lines of vision are virtually parallel, as when looking at a distant scene, 
or the cross method where the left and right lines of vision are crossed, 
as when you cross your eyes. A certain amount of practice may be 
necessary to view 3D pictures without using the viewer.
How to Assemble the 3D Image Viewer
Assemble the 3D image viewer (optional) as shown below.