Andrew Odewahn of Cambridge, MA wrote this helpful tutorial for creating your own stereoscopic . In wiggle stereoscopy, the 2 are aligned so that the “subject” overlaps, and then the right and left are alternated quickly. Past a certain frequency, the interprets the alternations as parallax motion, which creates the illusion of depth. (It’s important to note that this is not really a 3D image, but rather a visual trick. True 3D is more complex.) The step is to take 2 photographs; fairly simple objects work best.

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DIY wiggle stereoscopy