Wiggle stereoscopy: 3D without Glasses


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The technique gives an illusion of 3D by showing two images in rapid alternation: one from a left eye, and one from a right-eye perspective. Essentially it is separating the two pictures in time instead of space as is normally the case. You don’t need to wear special glasses to see the effect, and the illusion of dimensionality can be quite striking.

For those of you interested in trying their hand at making stereoscopic pictures, check out this awesome tutorial that teaches how you can create them using 2 photos and a few lines of Javascript code.







13 Responses to Wiggle stereoscopy: 3D without Glasses

  1. This is amazing!

    I searched for pictures like this one and found many, but no one is good like the picture chosen on this page.

    I have never seen 3D without glasses in those perfection.

    Incredible

  2. This is amazing!

    I searched for pictures like this one and found many, but no one is good like the picture chosen on this page.

    I have never seen 3D without glasses in those perfection.

    Incredible

  3. Is this a new thing?

    If so, why did it take so long to realise how easy it was?

    If not, why wasn’t the framerate amped up to beyond our persistence of vision and used instead of 3d-glasses?

    Or does the “if not” not work if the framerate is beyond our persistence of vision?

    Simply put, this is kinda amazing.

  4. Is this a new thing?

    If so, why did it take so long to realise how easy it was?

    If not, why wasn't the framerate amped up to beyond our persistence of vision and used instead of 3d-glasses?

    Or does the "if not" not work if the framerate is beyond our persistence of vision?

    Simply put, this is kinda amazing.

  5. i bet the 3DS from Nintendo is going to use something like this to make their new hand-held be in 3D with out the need for glasses and i would be very happy if they did because this looks amazing.

  6. i bet the 3DS from Nintendo is going to use something like this to make their new hand-held be in 3D with out the need for glasses and i would be very happy if they did because this looks amazing.

  7. pretty sure thats a scene from the kids movie Shorts…. but still pretty cool, even if it is slightly irritating lol