project RoverView 3-D Glasses Make your own pair of 3-D glasses fashioned after NASA's Mars rover Curiosity! Customize your glasses with crayons and other decorations, then show us your work. Materials #RoverView 3-D Glasses Template - Download PDFOne or two sheets of paper (8-1/2 x 11) - Card stock or thick paper is recommendedPrinterScissorsGlue OR tape3-D glasses OR 1-inch by 1-inch theater gels in red and blue for the lenses. (If you don't have 3-D glasses or theater gels, you can also use any transparent material to make your lenses and use permanent markers to color them red and blue.)Popsicle stick OR tongue depressor to hold your mask if you don't use 3-D glasses (optional)Crayons, markers, stickers, pipe cleaners, pom-poms and other decorations to personalize your mask (optional) 1. Print it out Print out the #Roverview 3-D Glasses template. Set your printer to: double-sided, flip along right edge. (You can also print out the front and back on separate pieces of paper and glue or tape them together.) 2. Cut it out Cut around the outside edge of the template. Then cut out the inner squares to make holes for your lenses. 3. Attach the lenses Use glue or tape to attach a pair of 3-D glasses to the back of the template. Or, if you're using theater gels or another transparent material for your lenses, attach the red lens on the back left side and the blue lens on the back right side. 4. Make it handheld Attach a Popsicle stick or tongue depressor to the back of the template. If you don't use 3-D glasses for your lenses, this will allow you to easily hold you mask in place. 5. Customize your glasses Use crayons and markers to draw designs on your mask and add decorations like stickers, pipe cleaners and pom-poms. See where your curiosity takes you! 6. Show off your creation Snap a picture wearing your new, stellar 3-D glasses and share it with JPL Education on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #RoverView. Be sure to get your parents' or guardians' permission before sharing your snaps online. 7. Look at space images Use your 3-D glasses to look at stellar scenes from Earth to Mars and beyond. Check out 3-D space images!