Stereogranimator, A Site for Browsing and Sharing the New York Public Library’s Stereograph Archive




Stereographs, side-by-side photographs that when viewed together produce a 3D effect, normally can only be viewed with a stereoscope. Stereogranimator is a site that lets viewers browse 40,000 vintage stereographs from the New York Public Library’s archive and convert them into animated GIFs and anaglyphs that can be enjoyed on the web. The site was built by the New York Public Library Labs, and is inspired by the work of artist Joshua Heineman.

via The New York Times ArtsBeat

photo via The New York Public Library

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