That link has the most straightforward examples.
When I was making the script we knew we'd be using anaglyph, but I imagine it may be pretty easy to add the additional features for side-by-side/interlaced. I've not really read up on how interlaced is displayed to people (nor do I know the exact methods).
If you are considering moving the 3D direction for client work, you may consider the different anaglyph color types. I'll share what I've experienced:
[b]red/cyan: [/b]Great 3D effect, causes more headaches, actual colors don't read well, reducing saturation can be helpful in red/cyan to reduce the "ghosting" (if you are having problems with that)
[b]green/magenta:[/b] Ok 3D, less headache, colors are virtually gone... might as well be black& white, generally not worth your time.
[b]blue/amber (aka [ColorCode](http://www.colorcode3d.com/3-D_Gallery.html)):[/b] Great 3D (though doesn't always pop quite like red/cyan), not a headache, excellent color representation.
I really liked blue/amber best. Some other general tips: Don't make the spacing of the "eyes" too far apart or it really messes with you. Lower FOVs (below 60ish) seem to work better.
You may want to get pairs of 3D glasses for each color type, do some experiments, see what you like best. :thumbsup:
EDIT: Added a “Stereo Pair” option to the script.