Here are 3-D images of the QQV06-40A. The first variant is an "anaglyph",
requiring a pair of red-green (or red-blue) glasses; the red lens should be over your left eye,
and the green or blue lens over your right eye. Look at the image from a comfortable distance,
generally about 45 cm (18") is about right; you should have no problem seeing the 3-D image,
perhaps after a short settling-in time.
Note: your screen should be in 1024x768 or higher to properly view this image, with your
browser set to full-screen mode. Scroll to center the image vertically.
A much better way of viewing 3-D, once you're used to the technique, is using the dual image
"cross-eyed 3-D" approach. This time the image is a little smaller, so it should work
even at 800x600 resolution; however, the 1024x768 setting is still recommended if you have it
Turn off extraneous browser task bars, sidebars, etc. to minimise distraction. Scroll down such
that the image pair is vertical centered on your screen. Then sit a comfortable distance away
from your monitor, and look at the images while crossing your eyes, such that you see four
(probably fuzzy) images. Gradually let your eyes uncross, until the middle two of the
four images converge into a single image. At this point you might be aware of three distinct
images. Keep your attention on the center composite image, ignoring the extraneous images on
either side; your brain will suddenly "get it", and you should see the center image
in three dimensions. As you continue to stare at it, you might even notice that the focus
improves, and you can continue looking at the image for as long as you like, with your eyes
It might take a bit of practise, but the result is worth the effort.