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February 28, 2010

Can I touch it?

devadutta @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1267401549 ) Play

What is this technique called? (clicky to see the big image)

Cracked By: sandesh , udupendra , Shwetha Maiya , Asad , Thejas V R , Aditya , shrik , Chinmaya U.Holla , sidsen , username , shenoyvarun86 , googboog , Dibyo , Gurupad , byslexia , Rogi , madhur , Arun T P and krudebox

Answer:

Wiggle stereoscopy!

The image actually is in fake 3d, meaning you can see the depth of objects in the pic. This is done by using the right and left images from a stereo camera and putting it in a gif image and alternating between them.


19 Responses to “Can I touch it?”

  1. krudebox
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    Wiggle Stereoscopy


  2. Wiggle Spectroscopy


  3. madhur
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    Wiggle stereoscopy


  4. Rogi
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    Wiggle stereoscopy


  5. byslexia

    Wiggle stereoscopy (this is what happens when rajanikanth shoots pictures even with a normal camera)


  6. Wiggle stereoscopy


  7. Dibyo
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    wiggle stereoscopy


  8. wiggle jitter stereoscopic image

    http://www.well.com/user/jimg/....._list.html
    a whole bunch of other similar images


  9. shenoyvarun86
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    Wiggle stereoscopy


  10. username
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    Wiggle Stereoscopy
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S.....tereoscopy

    {tineye again!…their crawl is increasing. google should take a note of this!}


  11. sidsen
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    wiggle stereoscopic pictures


  12. Chinmaya U.Holla
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    Wiggle Stereoscopy


  13. shrik
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    Wiggle stereoscopy.


  14. Wiggle Stereoscopy. 3D without the painful glasses.


  15. Wiggle stereoscopy


  16. Asad

    Cuban Croc jumping feeding technique


  17. Wiggle Stereoscopy


  18. udupendra
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    Wiggle Stereoscopy


  19. sandesh

    wiggle Stereoscopy


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