The fact that a #dog sees only black and white is an Old Wive’s Tale and not at all true. #Dogs can see some #colors, but with the same intensity as a #human.
Dogs are red-green color blind. They see a brighter and less detailed world when compared to humans. Peripheral vision is better than humans (dogs see more of the world), but distance is not judged quite as well. Dogs excel at night vision and the detection of moving objects.
I’m not really sure about 2D or 3 D, but I know that dogs can detect movement on a television. I had a Retriever who used to love watching TV. When she would see a dog on the television, she would run up to the screen and follow it with her nose. When the dog disappeared, she would look behind the TV to see where it went … lol.
The links below may give you more insight about a dog’s vision. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080802205756AAg7ENJ