What is Wiggle Stereoscopy, you may ask. While many might already know the term, there are quite a few who make them too.
Wiggle Stereoscopy is a simple animated photo or picture, which uses the left and right images of a stereogram or a 3D photo. The technique is also known as Wiggle 3D or Wobble 3D. Japanese call it Piku-Piku, which means twitching.
Most wiggle stereoscopic images use two images, but the final outcome is sometimes jerky. Some use more than three images to make a smoother illusion. Take a look at some examples below to find out what these 3D images look like.