Car with driver, train ticket or airplane ticket (train and airplane need clean windows!)
Image processing software or stereo viewer to create 3D pic.
Or: 2 people
2 cameras (similar is best)
2 walkie talkies or cellphones
Costs: 0.- (or the price of a ticket)
Step 1: Stereo and 3D
This means the ratio of the distance between the point where the image is taken and the distance of the object viewed is 1:20, but it can vary between, lets say, 1:4 to 1:100.
When making stereo photos, the ratio 1:20 would be a nice guideline to estimate the distance between the cameras (or between the point where pics are taken).
Step 2: Hyperstereo
The distance between left and right has to be increased in order to get to the 1:20 ratio
If you want to make a hyperstereo of a mountain across a valley, 3km away, you have to get up the mountain across the valley, find a cleared area and make pictures while walking about 3000 /20 = 150 m horizontally. (but 50 or 400 m would still work).
Viewing an hyperstereo does give the impression of everything being in miniature: our brain thinks things are nearby (=small) when depth is perceived.
Step 3: Moving Objects
So, for hyperstereo you would need a sophisticated radio controlled remote control to operate 2 cameras.
For slower moving objects, like clouds, you could do it with 2 operators, with help of a cellphone or walkie talkie for coordination. This would also work for 3D lightning, since the shutters are open half a minute or so.
Step 4: Go It Alone
Clouds change slowly. This means there is a time window of many seconds. If you can travel sufficient distance in this time window, you can do it with only one camera, alone.
If you are in a car, or train, you can sometimes perceive the vehicle moving under the clouds, easiest with low clouds which have a clear structure. This is ideal: just snap a series of pictures, like every 10 sec. or so of the same piece of sky. Sometimes a tree or sign will block the view, but there will be enough with a nice clear view.
To estimate the proper distance: the base of clouds is at 1-6 km. If you concentrate on a cloud 30 degrees above the horizon, the distance is 2-12 km. The ideal distance traveled would be 100-600 m.
A car on a highway or a train takes about 6 to 40 seconds to travel this distance!
In an airplane it should be possible to make hyperstereos of bigger weather systems, like large thunderstorms.
The illustration shows a series of 4 pictures taken from a train.
Now the only job is photoshopping to make anaglyphs, unless you can see 3D by the cross eye method.