The large cross-eye version is best seen by downloading the image into StereoPhotoMaker program (free).
Convert to parallel stereo, by pressing x and view with a 3D viewer (Pokescope, Screenscope etc).
You can zoom in an out of the image by rotating the mouse scroll wheel.
Better still, use a 3D computer; like an Acer laptop, or a Zalman 3D monitor.
(Shutter glass displays are much more expensive than polarised. Check Google for the latest versions).
Set the image to interlace mode in SPM (F4) and put on the circular polarised glasses.
Sit back to just over 1 meter. (Better roundness and makes the interlace lines hard to see.)
Press return to reach full screen mode.
Pan around the image by dragging it and zoom with the scroll wheel, all the time viewing in stereo.
You will never want to see an anaglyph again!
The large version should be opened in Stereo Photo Maker and then viewed in any desired format. SPM alows panning around large images while still viewing in 3D.
Harrier in anagyph format