For viewing suggestions, see a couple of posts back. If you have trouble resolving the images, try reducing their size, although these come out so small on most screens that you might enjoy them more if you enlarge them slightly.
I tried to post this with a delayed publication time, so it might still re-appear as a double. I took a lot of stereo shots of the interior so I will post some every now and then. Here is a first batch. Worth a stereo view.
The stereoscopic photograph below was taken next tot he site of the previous post on the Calder sculpture, on the Grand Canal side of the Peggy Guggenheim Museum. The camera is static – there is no parallax between the left and right images, except for the boat (Vaporetto) which moves between taking the two pictures, and thus appears as a three-dimensional object in a two dimensional world.