The Stereo Realist camera, popular in the 1960's, creates 3D by using twin lenses shooting simultaneously for each 35mm frame. When seen in a specially designed viewer, pictures pop with stunning life-like realism.
Turning convention, I've double-exposed the film to create a new life-like alter-reality.
Cross-view files like these are a way to see 3D without a viewer. Relax and slowly cross your eyes and soon a third image appears in between the two. Focus your gaze on this middle image for a facsimile of the stereo slide. 

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