3D Music Video Doesn’t Require Special Glasses


A team of music video directors have made a 3D music video that doesn't require special glasses and can be viewed on a normal screen.

Naresh Kumar
  • 1 april 2010

German music video directors, Vivien Weyrauch and Fabian Röttger have created a 3D music video which does not require special glasses to view the 3D effects, and works on a regular computer screen. The video uses a technique called wiggle stereoscopy which works by rapidly alternating between images shot from two cameras, imparting a unique aspect to the video, similar to stop-motion animation. The video was made for the song, Doubtful Comforts by the band Blue Roses.

Check out the video below:

[via Laughingsquid]

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