French photographer "Alexis" stumbled upon one hell of an antique find: stereoscopic glass plates from 80 years ago. Of course now, we live in the age of the GIF—and we can make old Paris a little alive again.
It seems like 3D is everywhere. Movies, living rooms. Even real life is 3D! But how does it all work?
Last week, CNN's attempt to display the future of TV news ended up making 3D look like the gimmick that it is. Yep, 3D is a gimmick, most associated (outside of CNN) with those stupid glasses designed to fit Blockheads from Venus. But as you know, there are many different scientific approaches dedicated to tricking…