Toe-in Stereo Image Vs Skewed-Frustum Stereo Image

Figure 2: The left stereo image shows the keystoning effect caused by toe-in stereo. A viewer will not be able to merge these two views into a single 3D object. The right stereo image shows the correct result of using skewed-frustum stereo. You can try for yourself using a pair of red/blue anaglyphic glasses.

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