Spirits of 3D Past: New York Public Library Launches ‘Stereogranimator’

From Talking Points Memo.

This week,┬áthe New York Public Library Labs launched Stereogranimator, a project that draws on the library’s massive archive of stereographs, a classic 19th century form where two nearly identical images are viewed side-by-side through a stereoscope to create the illusion of depth. The Labs project…allows users to turn images into animated GIFs

This is cool in a retro way. Here’s a link to one of the GIFs.

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