Gigantism (Stereoscopic

Confusing visual cues in a stereoscopic scene that can make an object appear to be the ‘wrong’ size, i.e. the impression of strangely enlarged size of objects. This is due to the choice of interaxial distance relative to the focal length of the camera lenses, e.g. shooting with an interaxial distance much less than the interocular distance of adult human eyes can make a figure appear to be a giant.

See also: Interaxial, Interocular, Miniaturization