MAKING THE 3D IMAGE MOVE e simplest kind of holographic movie is a stereogram in which the horizontal parallax has been wholly or partly taken over by movement. In the examples that have been described in Chapter 18, the subject could make only a simple movement or gesture during the shooting of the originating photography. An early example of this is Lloyd Cross’ 120° cylindrical stereogram Kiss in which the image of Pam Brazier blows a kiss and winks as the viewpoint moves from left to right (Figure 18.5, p. 355).