This is an amazingly nice 3D video created by Dan Eckert as a conversion from 2D video.
How the heck does that work? As long as the camera is moving slowly left or right during the video shoot, you can create a fake 3D stereoscopic view by offsetting the 2D video by a few frames. Use the original video stream for one eye and the offset stream for the other eye – your brain sees this as three dimensional. The effect is amazing.
Youtube now provides a 2D to 3D conversion feature as well.
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