Virtual Toy Chest's
3D Gallery


Get out your 3D glasses and check out our new pics!


Kenner M.A.S.K. Afterburner 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Barricuda 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Billboard Blast 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Bulldog 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Bullet 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Buzzard 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Condor 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Dynamo 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Firefly 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Gator 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Goliath 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Hurricane 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Pit Stop Catapult 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Stinger 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. The Collector 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Vandal 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Detonator 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Firecracker 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Jackhammer 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Manta 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Meteor 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Piranha 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Ratfang and Hornet 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Raven 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Razorback 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Skybolt 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Slingshot 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Switchblade 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Thunderhawk 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Volcano 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Wildcat 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Wolfbeast 3d color anaglyph loose

Kenner M.A.S.K. Vampire 3d color anaglyph loose

Antz 3d color anaglyph loose

G.I. Joe 3d color anaglyph loose

Power Rangers 3d color anaglyph loose

The Real Ghostbusters Sludgebucket and Fearsome Flush 3d color anaglyph loose


These pictures are presented in convergent format. To view them in 3D you need to focus your eyes on an imaginary object that is about ten feet behind your computer screen. In doing this you will see four pictures, two of the ones on the right and two of the ones on the left. By adjusting the depth of the imaginary object you can make two of the images converge. You will now see three images. The center image is a composite of the other two and is in 3D. One reason the images are so small is that if they are any larger it is difficult to get them to converge.

We are working on creating anaglyph versions of these pictures so that they can be viewed with red and blue 3D glasses.