You can create 3D images without any special camera equipment with i3d Photo. Unfortunately, its design never let us find a comfort zone that made it feel it was worth all the effort it takes to use it.
The program's interface is a mixed bag. The excellent layout breaks a complex task down into a short series of user-friendly command buttons. However, the program's online tutorial is pretty vague, and we had to do a lot of learning for ourselves. The end product was supposed to look like a 3D movie when you aren't wearing 3D glasses: multicolored and slightly blurry. This requires you to create something called a "Stereo Image" in which a single photo is divided into two mirror images. The program layers the photos one on top of the other to create the three-dimensional image. However, the resulting image didn't look like the examples it provides. It was hardly blurred and didn't seem like it would appear to be three-dimensional in 3D glasses. We attempted to alter the image using the program's cropping and color-adjustment features, but we still didn't find it satisfactory. The program left us feeling unsuccessful and unsure on how to make a proper 3D photo.
This is a free program. It installs desktop icons without permission. While its layout looked promising, we were unable to successfully create a 3D picture. We do not recommend i3d Photo.