Swizzle (Crosseye Stereoscopic 3D)

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This clip represents my fist attempt at stereoscopic animation, in which two perspective-differentiated image streams capturing the same scene are simultaneously delivered to the viewer, who then uses any of a variety of optical techniques or equipment to combine those two streams into a single three dimensional viewing experience. To view the crosseye stereoscopic animation below, simply cross your eyes until the left and right images converge in the center. It helps to keep your head still and level. Despite feeling a bit awkward, opthamologists actually use this method to strengthen the eyes. (It's probably worth mentioning that I am not an opthamologist... Your mileage may vary.)