The next step of the journey for this animation: [link]
Made with GIMP and the GIMP Animation Plugin (GAP).
Using my stereoimage technique, I converted the animation in the above link into a cross-eye stereoimage animation. Basically, the addition of a second image, with some modification to it, gives it a better sense of depth. (In this case it's not overwhelming, but it's neat nonetheless.) I may add an object to the middle of each image to see if it accents the effect even more. Maybe a rotating sphere or cube?
Click on the Download link to download the zip file. Unzip it, double-click on the file and see it in action. In order to view this, cross your eyes while looking at the images. You'll know you've got it right when you see a third image appear between the two. Focus on that one. Subtle, but a nice touch if I do say so myself!
If you have trouble viewing these things, practice on the preview static image first. Maybe that will help.
Sorry for the large file size.