Here you can learn more about the different supported 3d formats. Visit devices for information about the supported devices.
This classic stereoscopic format is well know as ‘Anaglyph’. Red/cyan images contain two differently filtered colored images, one for each eye. When viewed through the color-coded anaglyph glasses, each of the two images reaches the eye it's intended for, revealing an integrated stereoscopic image. This format can be viewed on every screen.
The Left and Right format can be viewed with active and passive 3D glasses on your 3D display. Active 3D glasses work by only presenting the image intended for the left eye while blocking the right eye's view, then presenting the right-eye image while blocking the left eye, and repeating this so rapidly that the interruptions do not interfere with the perceived fusion of the two images into a single 3D image.
The Oculus rift format also uses a left and right image. The difference is in the shape of the side-by-side image. For viewing this image you will need a Oculus Rift device.
The 2D+Z-depth format is used with glasses-free 3D displays. Together with the original 2D photo a Depth image is added, also named Depth map. This is an image with the same size as the 2D image. Each pixel of the Depth map corresponds to a pixel of the 2D image and indicates the distance of the corresponding 2D pixel to the observer.