Wiggles (also known as 3D shakes, 3D photos/images or jittergrams) are a type of photo/video post consisting of animated photos consisting of typically two (sometimes more) alternating frames taken from slightly different viewpoints, giving the impression of a 3D photo when animated.
They utilise Wiggle Stereoscopy, from which they take their name.
- Barnaby Walters started publishing wiggles on 2013-10-14 after hearing about the Jittergram app from Brian Suda. Example:
Other Sites/Silos Publishing Wiggles
- mlkshk archived examples
- 2012-03-28 : 17 Brilliant 3D Photographs, No Special TVs or Glasses Required (archived)
- 2009-08-17 : Wiggle 3D: How To Make Animated 3D Images (archived)
It should be fairly easy to create wiggles with any camera and application which makes animated GIFs.
- The Jittergram iOS app (no longer available) made it easy to quickly create wiggles, with the option of exporting them as regular 3D photos requiring 3D glasses.