X3D Stereoscopic Examples

The release of Google Cardboard in early 2014 allowed web developers to easily bring stereoscopic 3D to millions of users. With a simple $25 device of cardboard, lenses, and a magnet you can have stereoscopic viewing of 3D models and scenes compared to devices cost 10x as much. The links below show three examples of this work from simplest to most complex. Note that the displayed models may only respond when viewed in a device with a motion sensor.