Stereoscopic 3D, or stereoscopy, is a technique to add an illusion of depth to a flat image by using two cameras aimed at the same object, but offset by the interpupillary distance. By showing one image to the left eye, and the other (offset) image to the right eye, our brains perceive depth.

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