It's based upon the "Simple 3D" program by mrdobLedos. I expanded it with a second similar animation to create a real 3D view of the animation using the Cross-Eyed View. The cross-eyed method can be used on stereoscopic pictures/animation where the left image is on the right side and vice versa. It requires no 3D glasses or gear, only the desire to learn.
1) Look at what looks like two identical images.
2) Cross your eyes. A third image should appear in the middle.
3) If you see 4 images, you'll have to relax your eyes and cross them less.
4) Focus on that middle image until it pops out in 3D.
5) Welcome to the world of 3D!
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