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Firefox Add-on: Schillr Stereoscopic 3D Viewer 1.2

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Michael Schiller has alerted us about another 3D application he's written that's an add-on to Mozilla's Firefox browser (one of the best, most versatile and configurable browsers on the Interwebs).

Oh, and they've just changed the name from Firefox Add-ons to Firefox Change-arounds because it would make too much sense to call them what they really are: namely, plug-ins.

Download it here.

Schillr 3D is a Firefox extension that gives you the ability to view any stereo image on the web in the format you can view best.

Just surf the web and every time you see a stereo image (parallel-view or cross-view) just right-click on the image to choose your preferred output format.

Please note: this extension does NOT convert 2D images into 3D.

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