Editing flickering animated gif goodness. By Berlin based directing duo A Nice Idea Everyday. They vaguely describe how they achieved the effect.
“The basic idea behind our ‘camera shift’ technique is to shoot a scene with two cameras from a slightly different angle but with the same focal point – basically like traditional 3D, but then to alternate between the two cameras in the edit to create a kind of 3D image without the need of fiddly 3D glasses,” they explain.
“There’s a lot of technical work connected with this technique this but probably the hardest part is to track the focal point in the post–production as in most of the shots the camera or/and the actors are in movement and there’s a new focal point every frame.” -via promonews.tv
They just put out a follow up video last week, same band same effect. The effect is smoother here, but I prefer the content of the last one.