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3D Pix

  • Adds the shortcode [3dpix] which embeds a 3D image from Phereo.com into your post.
  • It also adds an insert 3D Pix button to the tinymce editor.

Download 3D Pix from WordPress.org.

3D Pix shortcode syntax:

[3dpix id=”4d37dbde378501ef25a80300″ width=”440″ height=”340″ mode=”anaglyph”]

Where the parameters are:

id – the Phereo.com image number…you can find this in the Phereo.com URL or Embed Code (Required)

A Phereo embed: <iframe src=”http://phereo.com/e/embed/4d37dbde378501ef25a80300/anaglyph/500.300/important”
width=”500″ height=”300″ frameborder=”1″ vspace=”0″ hspace=”0″
marginwidth=”0″ marginheight=”0″ scrolling=”no” noresize>
<p>See stereo 3D on <a href=”http://phereo.com”>Phereo</a>.</p></iframe>

In this case the id is 4d37dbde378501ef25a80300

Or an Phereo.com URL: http://phereo.com/Nductiv/image/4d37dbde378501ef25a80300/

In this case the id is 4d37dbde378501ef25a80300

Phereo has two numbering systems for picture ids, the old one which is a reasonably small number like: 127, and the new one which is a very long hexadecimal value like: 4d37dbde378501ef25a80300. The small number version no longer works with 3D Pix. You will need to replace your small picture id with the large number version which you can find on the Phereo site, from the Phereo URL for your photo. Sorry… they seemed to have changed in mid-stream.

width – width in pixels of the embedded 3D picture (Optional)

height – height in pixels of the embedded 3D picture (Optional)

mode – 3D display mode: anaglyph, parallel, crossed, vinterlaced, hinterlaced, chinterlaced, animated, or nvidia (Optional)

Settings Page:

Defaults for the optional parameters can be set on the plugin settings page. If the optional parameters are not specified in the post/page shortcode, the defaults set on this page will be used.

Post Editor Button

3D Pix also adds a 3D Pix icon to the tinymce editor which can be used to insert the shortcode and set options.

Download 3D Pix:

At WordPress.org Plugin Repo.


  1. Upload `3dPix` folder to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Adjust the default parameters for the shortcode in the WordPress Settings->3D Pix area
  4. Have fun inserting shortcodes

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is Phereo.com?
A free site where people share stereoscopic photos.

Can I put my own photos on Phereo?
If you’ve got a 3D camera or other way of creating a left and right eye view in digital format, you can sign up for a free account and upload.


At https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/3d-pix …


0.2 – First release