Joe Levi:
a cross-discipline, multi-dimensional problem solver who thinks outside the box – but within reality™

Tomorrow's Stereograms — TODAY!

Remember those stereograms back in highschool, the prints that looked like a “static field” on paper, and when you crossed your eyes just right you’d be able to see a 3D image in the static? Remember how cool that was?

What if you could do that with actual photographs? It’s been done! Quentin Burke has taken a bunch of pictures of natural arches using two 3D methods (“parallel” that works best with a 3D view, and “crossed” which works using the “crossed eye” method that the old “static field” used). Take a look!


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