Lecture 16: Camera & Lenses Cont. (80)

These changes in viewpoint remind of stereoscopic images. There usually 2 similar images from slightly different perspectives, one presented to the left eye and one to the right eye. The slightly different perspectives cause the image to look 3D. There is more info and examples here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereoscopy. I wonder I could make a stereoscopic image using just these lateral movements.

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