November 30, 2006 7:35 PM

Lenticulations (also called wobble 3D) are animated autostereoscopic images. The concept has been around for a while, and the web is an ideal medium for sharing and displaying lenticulations. They can be taken with a pair of synchronized cameras, multiple lens cameras, or a single camera on a sliding tripod bracket (other solutions also exist). You don't need headache-inducing glasses or crossed eyes to enjoy the effect. It even works with one eye closed! Previously on MetaFilter. My lenticulations feature full-color, high-resolution images that are more rich than the dithered animated .GIFs many artists use to display their images. Enjoy!
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