Miniaturization (Stereoscopic)

Confusing visual cues in a stereoscopic scene that can make an object appear to be the ‘wrong’ size; i.e. the impression of being strangely shrunk. This is due to the choice of the cameras’ interaxial distance of greater than 63.5 mm relative to the focal length of the camera lenses e.g. shooting with very widely spaced cameras. Subjectively this makes the audience feel like a giant looking at tiny objects, which is why miniaturization is sometimes referred to as Lilliputianism.

See also: Gigantism, Interocular