Re: GIFs Made from 1930s Stereoscopic Pairs

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Roger Eichhorn":
Weird! The vibrating images were disturbing. Part of the images were fixed while the background flipped back and forth. The anaglyphs worked better, but still the foreground images appeared to be cut-outs imposed on a still background, someplace in the distance. Not a good perspective view in either case. My home made 3D images have worked better.

i'm with you on vibrating images. I put up a stereo pair elswhere on the web and someone kindly turned it into a flickering gif - maybe thir rate of seeing things is different to mine but I found I didn't like the effect at all.

I'm happier crossing me eyes or using a stereo viewer

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