VOYEUR :: 3D CAMERA-SHIFT – Blue Roses music video

It’s always refreshing to find 3D that doesn’t require glasses to work. And doubly in such a fun setting: a music video for “Doubtful Comforts,” by Blue Roses, that uses “wiggle stereoscopy” to jump out of your screen. What’s wiggle stereoscopy, other than really fun to say? In this case, it’s taking two cameras, slightly offset from each other, and rapidly switching between the images they capture. The effect is halting and jittery, but I’ll buy into it in this context.


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