All my previous stereoscopic tests didn’t seem to “pop” as much as they should so I tried to push the eye spacing distance, these are 14 and 21 centimeters instead of the default 7 cm and I think the 3d effect is a lot more noticeable.
Longer animation of this scene will be posted soon.
Well, I wasn’t intending to do this, but I forgot I had the stereo option ticked when I rendered this out, so it came out in stereo (Again, to see the stereo image in 3d you have to cross your eyes until the two images meet in the middle, at this point you are looing at the right image with your left eye and the left with your right and the depth perception illusion should make it look true 3d)
The gif is a third of the size, because I can’t actually cross my eyes far enough if it’s any larger, though I rendered it out at this size. Be careful someone doesn’t give you a fright while you’re doing this or your eyes might stick like that 🙂