I was quite inspired by depthy.me and Of Wiggle Photography [CoffeeScript]. Depthy.me relies solely on the WebGL renderer (shader) to create the wiggle and therefore doesn't actually create the animation frames from scratch like fulmicoton does. Wiggle Maker uses an approach similar to fulmicoton to create the frames, in other words, there's no WebGL rendering involved (maybe in a future release). I was also impressed by Depth Data Viewer but this is more like rendering a triangular mesh, which is cool to quickly see what's wrong with the depth map.
I would like to thank whoever is responsible for jsgif because that's how Wiggle Maker creates the animated gifs. Works like a charm.
Manual is available here: Wiggle Maker manual.
Here's the video that shows Wiggle Maker in its full glory:
Wiggle Maker has been fully tested on Google Chrome.
Wiggle Maker 2 is a variant of Wiggle Maker that outputs an animated PNG instead of an animated GIF. As you know, a GIF file only has 256 colors, which can be a problem if you are picky about colors, so it's quite an improvement to be able to get an animated PNG instead of a GIF. The parameters are the same as Wiggle Maker.