Stereoscopic photography is emerging especially in the Fashion Photography industry. Photographers of this style usually use an analog toy camera called the Nishika N8000. The camera features four lenses each built into its plastic body. With one shot, you get four perspectives of the same photograph, each only slightly different than the other. You can visualize this by looking at something and closing one eye back and forth. The shots from the Nishika N8000 can then be scanned and processed digitally to achieve this 3D moving image. This project is called Nishika Faux, derived from a technique that uses a DLSR camera to achieve the same effect.