Create 3D images with help from The New York Public Library

Create 3D images with help from The New York Public Library

The New York Public Library has created a fun and interesting resource for 3D aficionados. The library is allowing their online audience to create 3D images using archived stereographs.

This site is all about your participation, so have fun with it, experiment with it, and let us know how we can improve it. In fact, this project wouldn’t even exist if it hadn’t been for a user like yourself getting creative with library collections.

Stereogranimator allows users to create animated gifs and 3D anaglyph images. Here’s an example of what you can do with the site:

GIF made with the NYPL Labs Stereogranimator - view more at http://stereo.nypl.org/gallery/index
GIF made with the NYPL Labs Stereogranimator

What are you still doing reading this? Go check out Stereogranimator!

Dennis Bonilla is a user experience designer and digital strategist who co-founded Unified Pop Theory with his friends. Dennis is a trend finder and idea maker who is inspired by individuals that believe the world can be changed one great project at a time. Dennis can be reached on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Google+.

1 Comment

  1. Check following video for 3D anaglyph tutorial:
    http://goo.gl/tsYOv

    This tutorial shows to make basic 3d anaglyph to advanced 3d anaglyph created from only one image using depth map.

    Try it once!

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