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Merging 2 monochrome pictures to red/cyan

There was a video game system called the virtual Boy which was monochrome and 3D at the same time. It had a separate TV output for each eye.

I know you could do it with a fairly basic computer program called bino3d. It can convert one form of 3D into another.

Also the computer thinks of them as monochrome black and white images and tints both sides red so it's black and red.

Is there a cheaper or more analog way to do the following: (by the way, these are either VGA or SCART, (both RGB) take one eye make it red and black, take the other I make it cyan and black, and just simply analog Lee lays on top of each other for a single monochrome anaglyph image. Like what a simple Y connector with no electronics inside the connectors work?

if so I think I found the cheapest way to make virtual Boy 3D playable on a real TV without cracking your neck having a spider web in front of it.
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