I noticed that some of the movies look as if I am looking at them with double vision. That is to say that right next to one blood vessel, I see the image of the same blood vessel running right next to it. I was wondering what it would be like to look at these movies wearing 3D glasses. It happens that I have a pair of 3D glasses from a 3D movie that I saw at the theater. For most of the movies, when I put on the glasses, it has no effect, but for one type of movie, I think I see some kind of effect. Some of the movies have that double vision effect that I described, and they also have a wave static pattern running across the movie.
For that one type of movie, when I put on the 3D glasses, I think I do see some type of depth perception. Not only do I see depth, but the static waves running across the movie appear like slices that are being peeled away to reveal what is below when I'm wearing the 3D glasses. I'm not exactly sure if this is really happening, or if it's just my imagination, but in that one type of movie that I'm describing, it really does seem like I'm seeing some type of 3D effect when I'm wearing the 3D glasses. Of course, when I'm wearing the 3D glasses, the blood vessels have different shades of gray, and some of them are even white, but even though I can see depth a little bit wearing the glasses, it makes it more difficult to see inside the blood vessels wearing the 3D glasses as opposed to not wearing them, so I guess it's not very useful for looking at stalled blood vessels, but it does create a very interesting effect. Has anyone on your team tried looking at the movies wearing 3D glasses? Have you ever considered, or tried making 3D movies of the blood vessels?