360° omnistereo is a computational panoramic video type, produced by stitching together a series of vertical image slices (strips) from multiple camera views to produce a pair of left eye and right eye views for any angle along a panorama. Narrower strips produce smoother omnistereo video, and stereo fidelity is related to the number of vertical strips used. The stereo effect is good when viewed along the 360° horizon. However the effect diminishes when the viewer looks up or down and breaks when they roll their head. Omnistereo is limited to a 3DoF experience; it produces a sense of depth when the stereo effect is functioning, however there are no immersive visual cues like parallax, view-dependent reflections, or specular highlights.