A type of stereoscopy in which the left eye and right eye images are separated by color filtering and then superimposed as a single image rather than two separate images. Each eye sees only the required image through the use of complementary colored filters (e.g. red and green or red and cyan). Anaglyph glasses have been popular over the years for viewing 3D comics and some 3D films (particularly on VHS and DVD).
See also: 3DStereo