This is a quick experiment with what’s called “wiggle” stereoscopy to enhance the perceived 3D feel of a rendered video. It doesn’t seem to make much of a difference, possibly because the camera flyover motion gives a strong sense of 3D without needing anything else. It may work very well with live action, or something with less profound movement in.

Also, interesting to play around with a wider 3D depth, and the optimal frequency of the “wiggle”.

Here is another test video. After some experimentation, 12FPS look to be the optimal framerate.