the others are SWF Flash files transformed from AVIs with some free program and of course you need to submit them to Animations&Games / Flash / Animations (or Movies) gallery you're also asked to put a preview image and you can use either a simple jgp or a 150x150 animated gif
the MagicEye technique is a little different (a few years ago I made a program that generates MagicEye images from 3d models) but on this tiled view you won't see much 3d if you just cross your eyes - what you get is just the flat image that stands out in front of the screen to see the object in 3d you need to separate the channels so you need the glasses here are some videos for cross-eyed view [link] and side-by-side [link]
Printing a thing like this is always tricky because printing uses pigments that are not red-green-blue so I'm not sure if the separation of the channels is always good. I'll try some prints to see if it works with normal filters and I'll let you know. There are other/better ways of 3d printing like lenticular printing [link] and I'll try some of that sometime this year. For those you don't need any glasses and you have a 3d effect rather than just two views of the subject like in anaglyphs. If this works I'll make sure to let you know.
... not really - the site I gave you also makes lenticular prints with 80 frames stored that can be seen at different angles or maybe even try some digital photo frames when they get larger and cheaper