Oh god, as if 3D hasn't already tried to ooze all over every bit of humanity, now it wants our children and their innocent little pavement scribbles. Crayola wants to hook'em early with its 3D chalk.
To see the images pop up, simply draw with the 3D chalk and then view them with a pair of special glasses. Ready to see your kid's "scary mean dad" jump out with frightening realism?
A pack of four giant pieces of chalk and two pairs of viewing glasses will net you $16. If you ask me, those glasses don't even look anaglyphic (no red and blue lenses). Maybe, the 3D is in all that chalk dust, giving you the illusion of images that pop.
Concerned parents, please take care of your child's eyes. We wouldn't want too much 3D consumption to turn them all cross-eyed.