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Playboy to put Hope Dworaczyk in 3-D

by Randall Handon May 18, 2010
The newest issue of Playboy has centerfold Hope Dworaczyk in Anaglyphic stereo glory 3D.  This is an attempt by owner Hugh Hefner to reclaim some falling circulation with a “clever trick” to garner new viewers.  As Hef puts it, “What would people most like to see in 3-D? Probably a Naked Lady”. “This particular picture […]

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Google Street View in Pseudo-3D

by Randall Handon April 1, 2010
As one of Google’s “April’s Fools Pranks”, they’ve enabled Anaglyphics Red-Cyan stereo on Google Street View.  Simply load up street view as you normally would, and you’ll see a new icon there to enable it. In reality, it looks like they’re just duplicating and shifting the existing image a bit, it doesn’t really add much […]

UK’s Channel 4 Brings 3D To the Masses

by Randall Handon November 9, 2009
UK’s Channel 4 will soon be bringing classic anaglyphic stereo to their audiences with a collection of programs including new shows (Derren Brown), live events (Hannah Montana), and classics (Friday the 13rd part III).  You can get free glasses via a partnership with Sainsbury‘s. 3D Week – Channel 4. via Slashdot

“Drown In The Now” with analygphic stereo

by Randall Handon September 5, 2009
A new Music Video for Crystal Method’s “Drown in the Now” is up on Vimeo with  fun use of anaglyphic stereoscopic 3D.  Done by Scott Sindorf and Damijan Saccio of UVPhactory.com, it’s fun if you can find some red/cyan glasses laying around. See it after the break.

3D Camera adds depth to your iPhone photography

by Randall Handon June 26, 2009
A new app in the Apple App Store aims to turn the meager iPhone camera into a 3D Camera by allowing you to composite pairs of images into analyphic or sterographic images. To take the photos, you use one of two methods. If you’re planning on taking an anaglyph or sterogram, you take one picture, […]

NVidia Giving away 3D Vision at Computex2009

by Randall Handon June 4, 2009
NVidia drew a crowd with an announcement of free 3D Vision equipment in its booth at Computex, only it wasn't quite what people expected.