The answer is simple:
That which makes AccessZ High-Resolution Stereographs so extraordinary can
not be appreciated in a stereo pair displayed on a computer monitor.
In fact, we believe that many talented
stereographers do themselves a disservice by presenting their work with formats
that degrade the quality they've worked so hard to achieve. At 72 dots per inch,
a computer monitor just doesn't have the resolution necessary to convey the
extremely fine detail and tonal gradations captured in AccessZ's High-Resolution
Stereographs. The plasticity we've
spent so many years perfecting can not be conveyed using today's computer
Some day perhaps, when the average
Internet user is equipped with a 21-inch monitor and video board that can
deliver a resolution of 6000x4800 pixels (at 360dpi instead of 72dpi) they will
be able to view stereo pairs of 2980x2980 pixel images that approximate the
image size and resolution you can enjoy today in a SaturnSlide™ Stereo Viewer
equipped with AccessZ High-Resolution Stereographs.
AccessZ vigorously avoids other
commonly used formats that degrade the viewing experience, including polarized
projection and two-color anaglyphs - neither of which can wholly prevent
information intended for one eye from being seen by the other eye. This
failing goes against everything we've worked so hard to accomplish and indeed,
have delivered in our stereographs.