Save this image to your iPhone’s Photos app, then view it in landscape mode from that app. Shift the focus point of your eyes until a 3D image appears in the middle (ignoring the left and right images surrounding it).
If you dont have an iphone you could try looking at it on your computer screen. The trickiest part is getting your head the right distance from the screen then getting your eyes to focus on it correctly (since there are no 3D glasses involved).
Here’s how it was done: Two frames were taken from a movie I shot at Disneyland on my iPhone 4 while riding on a train facing to the side of the train. Then I put these frames side by side using Photoshop and saved it as one image. The movement of the train while holding the iPhone 4 pretty motionless while recording provides the 3D effect. This technique works as long as people in the shot don’t move too much (or at all).
Next time I’ll pick two frames without something like that scalloped awning on top (which didn’t change position in relation to the camera).
And I might try recording a movie on my iPhone 4 and my wife’s iPhone 4, holding them both side by side. Then in After Effects I could synch the two movies and put them side by side and see if a 3D movie is possible!
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