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Wiggle Stereoscopy 3D Video of Yo-Yo Tricks by Doctor Popular

Super nerd Doctor Popular recently did a wiggle stereoscopy experiment using two Flip video cameras and $10 in nuts and bolts, filming himself doing yo-yo tricks at AT&T Park in San Francisco. Wiggle stereoscopy is when images from two slightly offset points of view are quickly alternated, resulting in a 3D effect that does not require special glasses to view. A few months ago we shared the world’s first music video that utilized the technique.

Here’s a photograph showing the rig that was used to film this. The footage was combined afterward using Final Cut Pro’s Blink filter.

Be warned — some of you might find watching this kind of thing pretty nauseating.

(via Laughing Squid)


 
 
  • http://twitter.com/chungdha Chung Dha Lam

    horrible way to 3d especially does not look 3d at all

  • Guest

    This technique doesn’t work with moving images. It IS, however, too nauseating and ugly to watch.

  • Guest

    This technique doesn’t work with moving images. It IS, however, too nauseating and ugly to watch.

  • Guest

    This technique doesn’t work with moving images. It IS, however, too nauseating and ugly to watch.

  • Anonymous

    boring, 60′s shite 10′s shite,……

  • http://docpop.org DocPop

    wtf does that even mean?

  • http://www.facebook.com/darrenrichardbaker Darren Baker

    It’s not nauseating, it’s just stupid.

  • Mikeprice4269

    I’m going to have to agree with everyone. It is pretty annoying to watch, and doens’t really look 3D at all. It just looks weird