This is a short film I have drawn examples from to demonstrate different parallaxes (positive & negative), as they are quite exaggerated in this piece. If you have the correct 3D anaglyph glasses, the effect should work.
UPDATE 2/24/10: The effect works when the red is on the right eye and the blue on the left. Pointed out by Vimeo member Ryan Suits.
Audioscopiks is a 1935 short documentary film directed by Jacob Leventhal and John Norling. The main point of the short was to show of 3-Dimensional technology. It was nominated for an Academy Award in 1935 for Best Short Subject (Novelty).
Audience members are given a lesson on how 3-Dimensional movies are made. After being taught about 3-D, patrons are then instructed to put on their 3-D glasses. They are then given a demonstration of 3-D with various objects moving towards the camera, including a ladder, a baseball being thrown and a woman on a swing.
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