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by GenCept | October 15, 2010

We're seeing lately a big buzz around stereo pictures. Some of the latest cameras come with dual lenses to capture 3D, but this is nothing new, actually. This is old technology getting new clothing, and we love it!

Last year we had our first great post on stereographics. These, if you don't know, are the paralel kind. There's also the cross-eye kind, but I find it more difficult to focus. With paralel stereographics I have no trouble at all, because all I move are my eyes to make the effect, from any distance. I'm also posting a video that teaches you how to merge these images with your bare eyes. This video is so amazing that I'll find more stereographics videos and post them tomorrow (so if you see any other blog posting stereo videos on wednesday, at least you know where they got their idea from). All of these pictures are brought to you by Okinawa Soba. You may visit his flickrstream for much more of these! He'll appreciate it. I hope you enjoy these, and don't forget to come back tomorrow to check some stereographics videos. Cheers! ;)

Ps.: The funny part is that after a time seeing these in 3D, your brain will get so much used to it that even when you stop doing it, you'll see depth in normal text and other things in your monitor.

How to see 3D in paralel stereographics

There's a reason for everything

Burton Holmes

Abraham Lincoln

Mark Twain

Traveling the globe

Stereo Photographer Henry A. Strohmeyer

Stereo Photographer Henry A. Strohmeyer

Guglielmo Marconi

Clara Barton

Thomas Edison

Thomas Edison

1932 Olympics

A young prince has a look at an early motion picture cam

Royal photographer riding to the trenches of WW1

Charles Lindbergh and the Spirit of St. Louis

Couple at the well

Mark Twain shooting some pool

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