Here’s another example of the stereoscopic depth of a rotating wireframe cube.
3.0% NetD Minimum, 3.5% NetD Maximum.
Center of rotation is the center of the cube.
Camera settings are identical throughout the animation.
Net Deviation is measured as a percentage of the width of the visible imagery.
Watch this video in 2D or 3D by clicking on the “3D” button under the video and selecting your options, e.g., “Turn off 3D”.
If you are using red/cyan anaglyph glasses, be sure to select “Red/Cyan” then “Optimized (Dubois)”.
Crossed-viewing, which can introduce a down-scaling illusion, is not recommended for depth-analysis.