People have mastered two-dimensional imaging techniques, such as drawing, lithography, photography, and others centuries ago, but they have always aimed at mastering the art of recreating three-dimensional images on flat surfaces. This may seem to be a miracle, an illusion; however, in 1838 Sir Charles Wheatstone made the first step toward the materialization of the miracle, when he created the first stereogram images and a device, called stereoscope, enabling people see a picture with the depth and perspective while looking at the pair of seemingly usual flat images. Today, we want to showcase a gallery of stereoscopic images, representing the so-called wiggle stereoscopy – a simple yet interesting method of creating 3D effect.
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