NY Public Library reminds us of original 3D

September 27th, 2012 · No Comments · HDGURU3D News

If you were wondering when the 3D phenomenon really began, take a look at this!

The New York Public Library is reminding people that streographic entertainment has been blowing minds for over 100 years, and has the animated gifs to prove it.

The Library just a few months ago introduced Stereogranimator, a web app that taps into the institution’s large collection of historical stereographs and allows user to convert them into wiggling GIF animations and 3D anaglyphs. The program was inspired by “Reaching for the Out of Reach,” a manual labor of animated stereographs started by San Francisco artist Joshua Heineman.

The library currently has over 40,000 pairs of stenographic images just begging to be converted to depth-suggesting wigglepic that may just intrigue you.

Interested in how it looks? Enjoy our little preview!


Source: www.today3d.com


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