This 2D YouTube video can viewed in 3Dand it's blowing people's minds

BTW A 3D optical illusion of sorts is making YouTubers lose their minds. YouTube science guy Tom Scott claims his newest video can be viewed in 2D and 3D at the same time, even though it wasn’t shot with any special equipment. What sort of dark magic is this? Well, as Scott explains, it all comes down to the Pulfrich effect, or a psychological interpretation where your eyes perceive motion as having depth due to a delay processing darker images from lighter ones. Clear as mud, right? It will be once you try it yourself. To view the clip in “3D,” just cover your right eye with dark sunglasses and view it with a fast, stable connection in a bright room (Note: it works much better on a laptop than a smartphone, and a slower connection may cause the frame rate to drop, nullifying the effect.). Because your right eye sees a darker […] Read more »