This movie illustrates how three-dimensional information can be increased by choosing images that have greater differences in time from one another. Examples are presented at 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 frame separations between the alternating frames. The autostereoscopic three-dimensional illusion can be exaggerated with larger differences in time between the frames. This causes small objects to appear larger than they are in reality. The ability to change the point of critical alignment from one position to another is once again illustrated very effectively.

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