Nikon D4 + Nikkor 24mm f/1.4 — 1/80 sec, f/1.4, ISO 180 — map & image data — nearby photos
Animatable Wigglegram — sweep the mouse from side to side to view 3D effect
So, this is the next evolution of my attempt at what Wikipedia calls “wiggle stereoscopy”, but I hereby dub “Wigglegram”.
(Update: I now have a wigglegram category on my blog to collect related posts.)
My first rough attempt was posted the other day as a two-frame animate GIF. This time I've brought the animation control to the user: just sweep your mouse from side to side over the image to animate, as slowly or quickly as you like. I did something like this years ago for my “Cherry Blossom Timelapse: Fleeting Floral Fireworks” post.
The scene is from the garden at the Shouzen Resort (しょうざん), which I visited yesterday.
I still have much work to do to make these nice. Photoshop's “Auto Adjust Layers” wasn't helpful because I can't keep the camera level and it doesn't handle rotation (or, I should say, it doesn't handle rotation without also subjecting the photos to scale adjustments, which are not appropriate here). But it's still a neat effect, and much less annoying when you can control the animation directluy.
I think it's a step in the right direction. What do you think?