3D Stereoscopic Wiggle Tutorial
Jordan Smith is a stereoscopic photographer fond of the wiggle way to display 3D pictures. He put online this interesting 10-minute tutorial because he was unable to find a good one online...
The Wiggle 3D Display Method
A wiggle is alternating left and right pictures of a stereo pair in rapid sequence to give a depth feeling on 2D displays. This is not the most comfortable way to display 3D pics, but it is accessible to anybody, even with only one healthy eye!
The Wiggle definition from Wikipedia is here. Alternative names: piku-piku or Wobble 3D.
Lots of stereoscopic images are visible on Phereo. They are displayed in various 3D modes, including WIGGLE.
About Jordan Smith
Lots of pictures by Jordan Smith are on Instagram.
Read also our previous paper about 3DWiggle software.