Export 3D plot or Graphics3D object as stereoscopic 3D .jps file

I recently came across some Matlab code to output a 3D graph as a stereoscopic left/right .JPS file, viewable e.g. with 3D Media Viewer, Stereoscopic Player or using any 3D television or beamer:

[3D Matlab] Save Stereo 3D image

I was on the lookout for a similar function that would export any Mathematica Graphics3D object or 3D plot to .JPS (which is just a .JPG with the image for the left & right eye shown side by side but with a different extension, as in
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:JPS-sample.jpg, i.e. a 3720 x 1080 pixel JPEG, comprised of 2 1860 x 1080 pixel images side by side).

Mathematica code to produce the two stereoscopic images for the left & right eye is given here, here and here, so the problem is only how to combine and export these as a .JPS file? Should just be a question to Rasterize[] the two images, pasting the two images next to each other in one image, saving it as a .JPEG and then renaming the extension to .JPS (or something like that) – the first and last step I know how to do, but not pasting the two images next to each other. The analogous export to 3D PNG, .PNS would be cool too.

Anybody any thoughts?

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You might want to post on community.wolfram.com as well, as this site will most likely not supply anything definite on WRI’s development strategy.
– Yves Klett
Jun 19 ’15 at 8:49

  

 

OK I’ll post the question there too!
– Tom Wenseleers
Jun 19 ’15 at 8:52

  

 

You might also want to see this…
– J. M.♦
Jun 19 ’15 at 10:06

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Also posted the question at community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/515772?p_p_auth=ec2mHoM2
– Tom Wenseleers
Jun 19 ’15 at 10:52

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@Tom I agree that the hard part of producing the projections for each eye has been essentially solved in How to create a simple cross eyed 3d plot. The rest of your question seems relatively simpler, so I would suggest closing this question as essentially a duplicated of that one.
– MarcoB
Mar 11 at 4:38

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